AIMIM President Criticizes PM Modi’s Silence on Manipur Crisis and Chinese Incursions

Asaduddin Owaisi urges Prime Minister to address pressing issues during foreign trip

Asaduddin Owaisi, the president of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, expressing hope that his ongoing foreign trip would give him the courage to address the Manipur crisis and Chinese incursions.

In a tweet, Owaisi stated, “Let’s hope the foreign trip by Modiji will give him enough courage to mention China now by name instead of succumbing to its bullying. And also break his silence on Manipur, which continues to burn for nearly eight weeks now.”

Owaisi further criticized the lack of action in the Manipur crisis, pointing out that more than 4,000 weapons had been stolen from state armories without any consequences. He contrasted this situation with the media outrage that would ensue if a similar incident occurred in an opposition-ruled state, highlighting the disparity in coverage.

Taking aim at the NDA government, the AIMIM leader highlighted the reluctance of ministers to name China while being more vocal in attacking a former US president.

“Is anyone surprised that more ministers in @PMOIndia government are willing to attack a former US President than there are willing to name China, which continues to deny our soldiers the right to patrol 26 out of 65 PPs in Ladakh?” questioned the Hyderabad MP.

Owaisi’s comments underscored the need for the Prime Minister to address pressing domestic and international issues, urging him to use his foreign trip as an opportunity to confront the challenges faced by Manipur and the Chinese incursions.

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