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Hate speech not new for Owaisi clan

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    TNN | Jan 10, 2013, 07.17 AM IST
    Hate speech not new for Owaisi clan
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    HYDERABAD: For the Owaisi family, the arrest of Akbaruddin is a case of history repeating itself because the young MIM MLA from Chandrayanigutta is not the first person from the Owaisi family to have been arrested for making inflammatory speeches. Akbaruddin's grandfather, Maulana Abdul Wahed Owaisi, had ended up in Chanchalguda Jail for more than 11 months for making similar inflammatory speeches about 56 years ago.

    Abdul Wahed was arrested on March 14, 1958, under orders issued by the Hyderabad police a day earlier under section 3 (1) read with sub-section (2) of the Preventive Detention Act, 1950. The police booked Abdul Wahed Owaisi for "Rousing or attempting to rouse communal passions and creating or attempting to create panic, resentment or hatred in the minds of the Muslims against the State and the non-Muslims as disclosed by his speeches made by him in public meetings" on 5th, 12th, 23rd and 24th October 1957, 15th November 1957 and January 9, 1958.

    Abdul Wahed Owaisi was incarcerated for 11 months in Chanchalguda Jail. At the time of the arrest, Owaisi was the president of the MIM which he had inherited from Qasim Rizvi in 1957 when the latter migrated to Pakistan.


    MIM was first founded in 1927 by a group of Islamists of Hyderabad as a socio-religious organisation. Later it was transformed into religio-political outfit by Nawab Bahadur Yar Jung and Qasim Rizvi. After the death of Jung, Rizvi became the president of MIM and raised the infamous 'Razakars' .

    After integration of Nizam state into the Indian union on September 17, 1948 MIM was banned and Razvi was jailed. He was released only on an undertaking to migrate to Pakistan within forty-eight hours of his release.


    Upon taking the reins of MIM on September 18, 1957, Abdul Wahed Owaisi transformed it into AIMIM (All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen ) and started propagating the hatred among the public which eventually led to his arrest.

    Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi, father of Akbaruddin Owaisi, challenged the detention of his father under PD Act in the Andhra Pradesh high court on June 20, 1958. The case came before the bench of Justice PC Reddy and Justice J Kumarayya on August 1, 1958. Upholding the detention of M A W Owaisi, the court dismissed the petition stating there was no infringement of the right vouchsafed by the constitution under Article 22 (5) in the detention .
    After the death of Abdul Wahed Owaisi, Salahuddin became the president of the party in 1976. Before quitting active politics, he made his son Asaduddin a Lok Sabha member and second son Akbaruddin an MLA.

    In the aftermath of the disappearance of the Nizam state and subsequent ban, Abdul Wahed Owaisi had to make great efforts to revive the Muslim organisation. Hence, the inflammatory speeches, say analysts. Now, several decades later, Akbaruddin resorted to the same tactics in the backdrop of the Telangana movement, to which the MIM is opposed.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...-new-for-Owaisi-clan/articleshow/17963124.cms
     
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    The genocidal mentality of Kasim rizvi, the founder of MIM. Why Owaisi hates Sardar Patel ?


    Propaganda video by AIMIM, portraying terrorist razakars as shaheeds or martyr...


    Survivor of Razakars’ brutality reminisces
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    September 14, 2013 03:16 IST
    Updated: July 01, 2016 14:30 IST

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    N. Mallaiah shows his bullet injury that rendered his limb defunct, at Bhairanpallyvillage in Maddur mandal in Warangal on Friday. Photo: M. Murali | Photo Credit: M_Murali

    Enraged by the strong resistance put up by Bhairanpally villagers, the armed men molested women, killed sheep and able-bodied menjust for pleasure and looted every village en route Karimnagar
    Bhairanpally – a tiny village became a symbol of defiance and dissent. The villagers who resisted the beastly Razakars lost one hundred of their fellows to the bullets of Nizam’s private army.

    The lone authentic survivor, N. Mallaiah, who is around 90 years, says the Razakars were on their way to Karimnagar and his villagers did not allow them to march through. “They plundered everything. The armed men molested women, killed sheep and killed able-bodied men just for pleasure. They looted every village en route,” he explains the event that took place on August 27, 1948.

    When the people of Bhairanpally resisted and wanted the Razakars to take another way, the latter raided. After two or three attempts, they succeeded with the help of Nizam’s military.

    “Many of us climbed onto the mud fort which has been there since times immemorial. We took shelter and fired at the Razakars. We killed some of them and that enraged Kazim Rizvi who was controlling the Razakars,” said Dasari Pullaiah, who was a child then, recalling his memories.

    Mallaiah who was in early twenties, related a very pathetic tale. He still carries the wound inflicted by the bullet fired by Razakars.

    “To save bullets, they lined us up and shot. The bullet missed me and went through my left hand. Thinking that I am dead, they threw me on the heap of dead,” he said sharing his woes.

    Over 70 killed on single day
    His left hand became defunct and moves 360 degrees. He is the lone survivor of that massacre in the village. Many who are over 75 years try to recall some memories as teens then. According to them, on that single day, the Razakars killed over 70 people in the village.

    The whole village burst into celebrations on September 17, 1948, when the newly independent India’s government launched police action and merged the Nizam State into Indian Union.

    The historic mud fort still stands as witness. The people still carry those sad memories and the wounds reminding them of the tragedy.
    http://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...akars-brutality-reminisces/article5126155.ece
     
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    You want to shut down Owaisi and groups like AIMIM down permanently? Implement UCC and eliminate all these personal law boards. One law, one Indian. Those that disagree can emigrate.