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Ahead of Hyderabad civic polls, Owaisi challenges BJP to reveal names of 1,000 Rohingyas in voters list

Ahead of the municipal body polls in Greater Hyderabad, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has challenged BJP to show names ...
Ahead of Hyderabad civic polls, Owaisi challenges BJP to reveal names of 1,000 Rohingyas in voters list

Ahead of the municipal body polls in Greater Hyderabad, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has challenged BJP to show names of 1,000 Rohingyas in the electoral list and alleged that the ruling party at the Centre claims that there are at least 30,000-40,000 Rohingyas on the electoral rolls.

“The Information and Broadcasting Minister came here and said that if people vote for AIMIM, TRS will be benefitted. BJP is saying that there are 30,000-40,000 Rohingyas in the electoral rolls… If there are 30,000 Rohingyas in the voter list, what is Home Minister Amit Shah doing? Is he sleeping? Isn’t this his job to see how are 30,000-40,000 Rohingyas listed?” he asked during a public meeting on Monday night.

“If BJP is honest, it should reveal 1,000 of these names by tomorrow evening. Their intention is to create hatred. This fight is between Hyderabad and Bhagyanagar. It is your responsibility now to decide who will win,” he said.

Elections to the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation will be held On December 1. And, there are 150 wards in the corporation. The results will be declared after counting of votes on December 4. 

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