A girl in hijab will be country’s PM one day, says Asaduddin Owaisi

A young lady wearing Hijab will turn into the PM of the country one day, AIMIM boss Asaduddin Owaisi has said in the midst of the contention over Muslim ladies’ headscarves.

“Assuming that a young lady chooses to wear Hijab and requests that her folks do as such and when her folks permit her to wear it, who can prevent her from wearing it? We will see it, Inshaallah. Owaisi is heard saying in a 43-second video of his location in a political race rally.

“The young ladies will wear hijab, will wear Niqab and set off for colleges and become specialists, authorities, SDMs and finance managers,” Owaisi was heard saying in the video, shared on his Twitter handle.

“All of you remember, maybe when I am not alive, a young lady wearing a hijab will turn into the state leader of this country one day,” he added.

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The hijab column began in Karnataka in December-end when a couple of understudies of an administration pre-college school in Udupi, going to classes in headscarves, were approached to leave the grounds.

The matter then, at that point, spread to various pieces of the state, with adolescents, upheld by traditional outfits, reacting by wearing saffron scarves.

With the fights taking a vicious turn at certain spots recently, the state government on Tuesday announced a three-day occasion for the establishments.

Hyderabad MP Owaisi’s party All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen is battling the Uttar Pradesh get together races as a component of the Bhagidari Parivartan Morcha, its pre-survey collusion with generally secret Jan Adhikar Party of previous state serve Babu Singh Kushwaha and an all-India group of government workers of the regressive, Dalits and minority local area.

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