Hyderabad MP and All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslem (AIIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi attacked the Sangh, claiming that Hinduism is built on the belief that only one community should have all the political power and Muslims should participate in politics. There should be no right to take. Let us tell you, the OYC party AIIMIM has surprised political experts by winning five seats in the Muslim-dominated seat of Bihar assembly elections.
Owaisi said in a tweet that our greater presence in Parliament and the Assembly will be a challenge against the Hindutva Sangh, which will celebrate its existence.
In particular, when the OYC-led AIIM left the party headquarters in Darussalam, Hyderabad, and entered politics in Maharashtra in 2014, it first became part of the national political disagreement and is beginning to see it as a threat to the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party. And then the OYC party again made its presence felt in the state by winning two seats in the Assembly elections. Now its performance in Bihar has brought AIIM and OYC to the center of current political debate.
Owaisi tried to bring Dalits into the center of politics with Muslims and in this endeavor they frequently chanted ‘Jai Bhim, Jai Meem’. In the political experiment of Muslim-Dalit unity in Maharashtra, he ‘allied himself with the overwhelming majority of the downtrodden, but his experiment was not successful.