Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi praised IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao’s ‘Development Vision’ for the southern part of the city. He called for support to BRS and highlighted the employment opportunities offered by the IT tower. Asad also rebuked opposition criticism, commended Rama Rao, and expressed confidence in BRS’s victory.
According to Asad, the old city in Hyderabad will witness major developments and high-class infrastructure in the coming years. He applauded the efforts of Minister Rama Rao for his ‘Development Vision’ for the southern part of the city. The inauguration of the IT Tower at Malakpet was seen as a significant moment for the old city, which previously faced criticism related to communal tensions and lack of development. Asad emphasized that with the representation of AIMIM, the old city now has its own IT Tower that is expected to provide employment opportunities for around 20,000 young individuals from the old city. He also commended Minister Rama Rao for his dedicated efforts towards the development of the old city.
Asad urged Minister Rama Rao to consider establishing government offices in the same area and allocating land for educational institutions catering to minority communities. He expressed his confidence in BRS winning in the upcoming assembly elections and stated that decisions regarding these matters can be made now or after returning to power.
In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark about Asad Owaisi steering the BRS car, Asad dismissed it as a disparaging comment made by an individual from New Delhi. He pointed out that Minister Rama Rao had called him to stand near the corner of the stage, indicating who is actually steering the vehicle.
Asad targeted the Congress and BJP, describing one as a blackmailer and the other as spreading communal hatred. He encouraged voters to consider the record of the last nine years and vote for BRS. He emphasized the responsibility to vote for the ruling party (BRS) and bring them back to power.
Asad also addressed the opposition, stating that he is speaking politics at the event as he is a politician and not a scientist or philosopher. He noted that if the ruling party stops using political idioms, the opposition may continue to do so.