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Modi Called Muslims Infiltrators, Now Says No Hindu-Muslim Difference: Owaisi, 2024 Election

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Modi Called Muslims Infiltrators: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi attacked PM Narendra Modi over his statements about Muslims. In a tweet, Owaisi said Modi had called Muslims “infiltrators” and accused them of having too many children.

But now Modi claims he never differentiated between Hindus and Muslims.

Long Time for ‘False’ Explanation

Owaisi questioned why it took Modi so long to give this “false explanation”. He accused Modi’s political journey of being based only on anti-Muslim politics.

Owaisi said:

“Modi and BJP have spread countless lies and immense hatred against Muslims in this election.”

Voters Also to Blame

Continuing his attack, Owaisi said not just Modi, but every voter who voted for BJP despite these speeches is also to blame.

Modi’s Clarification: Modi Called Muslims Infiltrators


In an interview, PM Modi clarified his statements on “infiltration” and “having more children”. Modi said he did not talk about Muslims only, but every poor family.

He added he never differentiated between Hindus and Muslims, and the day he does, he will stop politics as he sees everyone as equal.

The post summarizes Owaisi’s criticism of Modi’s earlier statements about Muslims, and Modi’s subsequent clarification that he did not mean to single out any community.

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The contrasting statements from PM Modi and Asaduddin Owaisi allegations highlight the charged political atmosphere surrounding the elections. While Modi claims he never intended to single out Muslims, his earlier rhetoric has been perceived as divisive by opposition leaders like Owaisi. This episode underscores the importance of responsible speech from public figures, especially during elections when emotions run high. Leaders must be mindful of their words and promote an inclusive narrative that brings people together rather than divides them along religious or communal lines. Ultimately, it is the electorate’s responsibility to critically evaluate statements from all sides and vote for those who prioritize unity and progress.

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