MIM, BJP trade charges
The House on Saturday witnessed war of words between BJP and MIM members during the discussion on incidents in University of Hyderabad (UoH) and Osmania University. It all began MIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi quoted a UoH student as saying that the police had abused the students.
Hyderabad: The police asked a girl student not to behave like a “prostitute” and also issued a threat of “rape,” according to a statement by a girl student, said AThe House on Saturday witnessed war of words between BJP and MIM members during the discussion on incidents in University of Hyderabad (UoH) and Osmania University. It all began MIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi quoted a UoH student as saying that the police had abused the students.kbaruddin.
The MIM legislator asked whether it was the way to treat women. “Is this not a stain on Bharat Matha,” the MIM leader asked BJP members. Reacting sharply to these comments, the BJP floor leader K Laxman said, a party, which called itself secular, remained silent when slogans were raised in support of a terrorist sentenced to death by Supreme Court.
“People who say Hindustan me Jiyenge… Hindustan me marenge… remained silent when slogans such as ‘Kitne Yakoob Maroge… Har Ghar se Yakoob niklega’ were raised in the University,” said Laxman. He said that NDA government was for “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas” and suggested that the members not to do politics over a dead body.
Earlier, Akbaruddin Owaisi alleged that the BJP was trying to impose the ideology of Sangh Pariwar. He said the BJP and Union government were trying to blacken the name of the TRS government. The Congress member Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka rebutted that the Congress was trying to take political mileage out of Rohith’s death.
He said the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi had asked his party leaders to stay away from the University. He said the Congress had no need to take lessons from BJP on unity and sovereignty of the country. He said “Manuwada principles” would not be imposed on India. YSRCP member P Venkateshwarlu, CPI member Ravindra Kumar, CPI (M) member Sunnam Rajaiah also spoke.