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Ab Toh Ghar Todne Ke Liye Koi Musalman Ke Ghar Nahi Bache Asaduddin Owaisi Tweeted On Nuh Dispute 

Ab Toh Ghar Todne Ke Liye Koi Musalman Ke Ghar Nahi Bache Asaduddin Owaisi Tweeted On Nuh Dispute Ab Toh Ghar Todne Ke Liye Koi Musalman Ke Ghar Nahi Bache Asaduddin Owaisi Tweeted On Nuh Dispute 

Hyderabad, Aug 28 (Hydnow): AIMIM Chief and Hyderabad MP, Asaduddin Owaisi on X tweet in Hindi said “ab tho ghar todne ke liye koi musalmaan ke ghar nahi Bache”  (there is not even a single Muslim house left to demolish there) he made this comment on Nuh dispute where the Vishwa Hindu Parishad announced to take out “Shobha yatra”   

It is well known that a rally held in Haryana’s Nuh area last month created a lot of controversies.  When the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP took up the rally, a group blocked it.  Due to this, religious clashes and riots broke out there.  To stop these, massive police deployment and other restrictions were imposed.  The situation has not calmed down yet.  At such a moment, VHP has once again made a sensational announcement.  It has been announced that Shobhayatra will be held on Monday.  With this, along with Nuh, the entire Haryana is on high alert.  With the intention of rioting again.  Strict measures were taken to maintain law and order. 

In this context, MIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi made strong comments on Twitter (S platform), “The VHP is threatening to take out a procession against the orders of the BJP government in Haryana.  The BJP government knew that Muslims would be targeted in the guise of this yatra, even before Noah’s violence. if legal action had not been taken unilaterally against the Muslims and the real culprit had not been taken unilaterally against the Muslims and the real culprit had not been hanged, this army would not have had the courage to organize a yatra against the government.  BJP looks helpless in front of these criminals.  If violence happens again in Nuh, the BJP government should take responsibility for it.  The BJP government in Haryana should be responsible for that.  However, now there are no Muslim houses to demolish, Asaduddin Owaisi said in his tweet.   

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Meanwhile, on Monday, the mobile internet services were suspended in Nuh in the wake of the VHP’s call for another procession.  Bulk SMS services are also banned.  Drones have been deployed along with heavy security arrangements.  Security personnel have been deployed at all entry points in the district and outsiders have been barred from entering Nuh.  Police set up barricades at various points.  It is known that on July 31, two home guards a religious teacher, and six people died in the religious clashes in Nuh (Hydnow) 


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