India wants weak PM and ‘khichdi’ govt, says Asaduddin Owaisi
India ought to have a weak prime minister and a “khichdi” or multi-party authorities after the following Lok Sabha elections in order that the weaker sections of society profit, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi stated right here on Saturday.
A strong prime minister helps solely the highly effective folks, he stated, talking at a press convention.
The AIMIM chief additionally attacked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), claiming that it was no completely different from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat because it saved mum on the controversial launch of convicts within the Bilkis Bano case.
The AIMIM will subject candidates within the Gujarat Assembly polls that are more likely to be held in December, he knowledgeable.
Attacking Narendra Modi, the AIMIM chief stated “the most powerful prime minister after Jawaharlal Nehru” blamed the “system” when questioned about unemployment, inflation, Chinese intrusion and waiver of company tax and financial institution loans of industrialists.
“I believe the country now needs a weak prime minister. We have seen a powerful prime minister, now we need a weak PM so that he could help the weak. A powerful PM is only helping the mighty,” he stated.
The nation additionally wants a “khichdi” authorities — a time period used for a rainbow coalition — with a unique flavour, the AIMIM chief acknowledged.
“When someone weak becomes prime minister, the weak will benefit. When a strong person becomes prime minister, the powerful gain. This should be the effort for 2024 (elections). Let’s see what happens,” Owaisi added.
On “revdi” (freebie) politics debate, he stated, “What you call revdi is being offered by all. The PM waives corporate tax and loans of industrialists. AAP is no different from the BJP. Both keep saying the same things. AAP does not say a word on Bilkis Bano.” Asked about Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar being projected by some because the opposition’s PM candidate for 2024, Owaisi stated the BJP would profit if the opposition tried to compete with Modi by projecting faces.
“Instead, all of us need to compete with the BJP on all the Lok Sabha seats together,” he stated.
Hitting out at Nitish Kumar, the AIMIM chief stated the Bihar chief minister was an ally of the BJP when the 2002 Gujarat riots happened, he shaped governments with the saffron get together, and now he has joined fingers with another person.
Most political events are vying to develop into larger flag-bearers of the Hindutva ideology whereas placing apart the problems of inflation, unemployment, training and well being, he stated.