AIMIM chief Akbaruddin Owaisi’s go to to the tomb of Mughal emperor Aurangzeb at Khuldabad in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad district has drawn flak from the ruling Shiv Sena, which questioned his transfer and warned that if he tried to “create issues within the society” it could not be tolerated.
Mr Owaisi had visited the tomb on Thursday earlier than addressing a rally in Aurangabad metropolis.
Former Shiv Sena MP Chandrakant Khaire and the celebration’s Aurangabad district unit chief and MLC Ambadas Danve has taken a robust objection to Mr Owaisi’s go to to the tomb. However All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Lok Sabha MP Imtiaz Jaleel mentioned there was no want to attract a “completely different that means” out of it.
“The motive behind Akbaruddin Owaisi’s go to to Aurangzeb’s tomb can’t be understood. We keep in mind the statements he had made earlier…Nobody goes to the tomb of Aurangzeb. But when Owaisi goes there to create issues within the society, then we is not going to tolerate it,” Mr Khaire mentioned.
Mr Danve mentioned, “It’s not shocking that Owaisi went to Aurangzeb’s tomb. The pondering of Nizam, Razakars (the paramilitary volunteer drive deployed by the Nizam of Hyderabad to withstand the princely state’s integration with India throughout 1947-48) and the sooner Islamic dynasties is similar. As per that ideology, Owaisi visited the tomb. However these Muslims, who take into consideration the welfare of the nation, ought to avoid AIMIM and Owaisi.” Defending Owaisi, Jaleel mentioned, “There are lots of tombs (in Khuldabad) they usually have a historical past. Anybody who involves Khuldabad visits tomb of Aurangzeb. There isn’t a want to attract a distinct that means out of this.” On Thursday, the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) had additionally objected to Owaisi’s go to to the Mughal emperor’s tomb.
Gajanan Kale, an MNS chief from Navi Mumbai, had warned saying, “The Maharashtra authorities ought to take motion towards Owaisi for visiting the tomb of Aurangzeb. If no motion is taken, then the MNS will take the matter into its personal arms.”