Hyderabad: In a scathing attack on Asaduddin Owaisi and his younger brother Akbaruddin Owaisi, the Majlis Bachao Tahreek (MBT) on Saturday accused the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leaders of working like agents of BJP and Sangh Parivar across the country.
Addressing a public meeting at Riyasat Nagar Market on Saturday night, MBT President Dr. Khayam Khan questioned the silence of the AIMIM on the core issues concerning the Muslims in the Telangana State and alleged that the AIMIM leaders have mortgaged the interests of Muslim community for their personal gains.
"Despite getting elected from the Old-City of Hyderabad for the last several decades, the AIMIM leaders are not willing to accept any responsibility for its backwardness", he said adding that the AIMIM has compromised with the ruling parties - the TRS and BJP, to remain silent on core issues.
He said people have realized that AIMIM was nothing but 'Modi in Mask' and it would teach a fitting lesson to its leadership for its non-performance.
He said that the people of Old City did not witness any development during the last few decades and the successive governments did not turn their attention towards the Old City due to their alliance with AIMIM.
Addressing the meeting, MBT leader Amjed Ullah Khan said that the AIMIM leadership has remained silent on the Alair fake encounter, custodial death of a Muslim woman Rahmeea Bi in Doma Police Station and missing of her son Mohd Muqtar, brutal killing of a poor rickshaw puller Shaik Hyder in Nizamabad one town police station and it even failed to get the enquiry report into the brutal murder of 11-year-old boy Shaikh Mustafa in Mehdipatnam military garrison,
Khan also questioned AIMIM leadership's stand on TRS Government's failure to implement the promise of providing 12% Muslim reservation.
He said that the TRS Government should have provided 12% quota to Muslims before the ongoing recruitment drive.
"Once these recruitment's are done, Muslim would not have an opportunity to get government jobs for next few decades", he said.