Telangana Hyderabad - Amit Shah lies like India's First Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru says Owaisi

Amit Shah, the home minister, was criticized by the head of the All india Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen on monday and was charged with "lying like India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru." The comments came shortly after Union home minister amit claimed that Sardar Vallabhai Patel, the previous home minister, had planned and carried out the hyderabad police Action without spilling a single drop of blood.
Owaisi cites the Sunderlal Report

Owaisi mentioned the Sunderlal Report regarding the atrocities and lives lost during the integration of the hyderabad state into the Union of india in his remarks during the "National Integration Day" festivities following a bike rally. "Like Nehru did on All india Radio on september 18, 1948, amit shah lied in his address today. According to Sunderlal's assessment, amit shah and Nehru made false assertions.
He claimed that hyderabad might have been incorporated without difficulty or violence. "But because of the authorities' poor judgment at the time, so many people died. This is the information from Qazi Abdul Gaffar and Pandit Sunderlal, not my opinion," he continued.

In opposition to the MIM's efforts, Khazi Abdul Ghaffar, Yunus Saleem, and Sunderlal complained to Maulana Abdul Kalam azad that "the blood of the innocent had been shed in the name of police action in the state." To assess the situation there, Ghaffar and Sunderlal were sent to the former Hyderabad. According to Sundral's testimony, if the Razakars killed one Hindu, 100 Muslims would be slaughtered in vengeance. From wells, bodies of mothers who had young children attached to them have been found, according to Owaisi.

According to the Sunderlal Report, at than 20,000 Muslims were slaughtered. Sardar Vallabhai Patel, the former home minister, declined to accept the report, nevertheless. If the bjp asserts that it is a falsehood, then respond by stating whether or not indira gandhi stated in the lok sabha that it would not be in the national interest to make the report public. stated Owaisi.
Owaisi criticized the opposition parties for comparing him to the Razakars or the Nizams and questioned the AIMIM's National Integration Day celebration. "You are aware that hyderabad was a princely state during the Nizam era. You may see that the RSS's role in the liberation movement is not mentioned in the history if you read it. Owaisi responded, "RSS was not noticeable, and the bjp is a more recent development.
Muslims fought for independence

"I want to inform you that the feudal system used by the Nizam would make me feel claustrophobic if I were born during his era. A monarch or other authority figure cannot be addressed directly. We now have the freedom to express our opinions since the nation was freed, Owaisi continued. Owaisi remembered that the Imam of the Makkah Masjid was the first to be sent to Kala Paani to defy the Nizams and british rule, citing the role of Muslims in the liberation cause.

"Maulvi Alauddin marched from the Makkah Masjid at charminar to sultan Bazar near Koti Women's college to wage war and announced a revolt against the british and Nizam reigns before the war of 1957," said Owaisi. "He did this after friday prayers and preaching at the Makkah Masjid. "His goal was to end their rule over the nation. Our forefathers fought back against the british and the feudal system, envisioning an independent India.
Turrebaaz Khan, another rebel, managed to get away from the British. He was eventually located close to Toopran, taken into custody, and killed. His body was left hanging in sultan Bazaar for nearly ten days. Owaisi remarked, "He gave his life for the independence of the nation.

‘Nizams’ contribution can’t be dismissed’

The phrase "Jai Hind" was created by Chandra Bose. Owaisi claimed that despite the fact that the last Nizam's policies caused a great deal of blood to be shed, his contributions to the city of hyderabad cannot be disregarded. There is no denying the Nizam's contribution to the city, which includes the ancient Begumpet Airport, Gandipet, Himayat Sagar, and even temples like the khammam shrine. Arts college, NIMS, Osmania Hospital, High Court, and Patthergati are just a few of the iconic landmarks of hyderabad, according to Owaisi. "Despite all of Nizam's efforts, their rule did not bring about freedom, justice, or fraternity. Many Hindus and Muslims lived in poverty, and only a small number of people were wealthy and powerful, he said.

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