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India needs weak PM and khichdi government: Asaduddin Owaisi

India should have a weak prime minister and a “khichdi” or multi-party government after the next Lok Sabha All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi said here on Saturday that the elections so that the weaker sections of the society benefit.

A powerful prime minister only helps powerful people, he said at a press conference.

AIMIM chief also attacked Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), claiming that this ruling is no different from Bharatiya Janata Party ,BJP) in Gujarat because it kept silent on the controversial release of convicts Bilkis Bano Case.

He told that AIMIM will field candidates in the Gujarat Assembly elections to be held in December.

assault Narendra ModiThe AIMIM leader said the “most powerful prime minister after Jawaharlal Nehru” blamed the “system” when questioned about unemployment, inflationChinese infiltration and waiver of corporate tax and bank loans of industrialists.

He said, ‘I believe that the country needs a weak Prime Minister now. We have seen a powerful PM, now we need a weak PM so that he can help the weak. A powerful PM is only helping powerful people,” he said.

The AIMIM chief said the country also needed a “khichdi” government – a term used for a rainbow coalition – with a different flavour.

“When a weak becomes the Prime Minister, the weak will benefit. When a strong man becomes prime minister, the powerful gain. This should be the effort for 2024 (elections). Let’s see what happens,” Owaisi said.

On Revadi (freebie) politics debate, he said, “What you call Revdi is being projected by everyone. PM waived corporate tax and loan of industrialists. AAP is no different from BJP. Both say the same thing. You don’t say a word on Bilkis Bano.’ Asked about the Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar On being projected by some as the opposition’s PM candidate for 2024, Owaisi said the BJP would benefit if the opposition tried to compete with Modi by projecting faces.

“Instead, we all need to compete with the BJP on all the Lok Sabha seats together,” he said.

Hitting out at Nitish Kumar, the AIMIM chief said the Bihar chief minister was an ally of the BJP during the 2002 Gujarat riots, he formed governments with the saffron party and now he has joined hands with someone else.

He said that most of the political parties are in a race to become the big flag bearers of Hindutva ideology, bypassing the issues of inflation, unemployment, education and health.

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