‘I will go to the ground, Inshallah grave…’, why did Asaduddin Owaisi say?

AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi: In view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen Chief Asaduddin Owaisi has intensified the campaign to strengthen his hold among the common people. Owaisi shared the video addressing the general public, especially the Muslim community, on his official handle on the social media platform ‘X’ on Tuesday (January 9). Referring to hospitals and other buildings, he said that it is the responsibility of all of you to maintain them.

In this less than one and a half minute video of AIMIM Chief, Owaisi said in a message to the people that the government buildings and structures standing today are owned by the public. Owaisi Hospital and Isra Hospital are the trust of the community. Its owner is the general public. This is nothing of mine.

‘It is the responsibility of the people to keep the institutions and buildings alive’

He further said that all of us will die, but it is your responsibility to keep all this alive and populated. He also said that you have to keep the Idaars (institutions) and Darus Salaam (peace and tranquility) occupied till Subh-e-Qayamat (dawn of the Day of Judgment).

Told the account of sins and virtues by mentioning mustard seeds.

Referring to birth and death in his speech, he said that if I have come into this world, then one day I will definitely go into the earth. And then Allah will raise us. He said that when the apocalypse is announced, we will rise from the grave. Comparing virtue and sin, he said that if someone does an equal amount of good, Allah will punish him and if he commits a sin, he will have to answer for it.

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