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Owaisi is BJP's chacha jaan: farmer leader Rakesh Tikait

Owaisi is BJP's 'chacha jaan'; Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had used the word 'Abba Jaan' in his speech a few days back. 

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Owaisi is BJP's chacha jaan; Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had used the word 'Abba Jaan' in his speech a few days back. Now on Tuesday, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait has called Asaduddin Owaisi 'uncle' of BJP.

Owaisi is BJP's chacha jaan

Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait while addressing a meeting in Baghpat said that BJP's uncle has come to Uttar Pradesh. Tikait said that they (BJP) will take his support. He is blessed by them. He will abuse, he will not file this case. He will ruin the farmers here. These are all A and B teams. You need to understand their tricks.

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Actually, Rakesh Tikait, leader of Bharatiya Kisan Union in Baghpat said that BJP's uncle Jan Asaduddin Owaisi has entered UP. If Owaisi abuses BJP, they will not file any case against him. Because they are all a team. 

He told that this is the truth which the people of the state have come to know. People understand what kind of politics BJP does and people will definitely teach a lesson when the time comes. Along with this, he warned to take strict steps if three agriculture laws are not withdrawn.

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Yogi's statement of 'Abbajan'

In fact, on Monday 13 September, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had accused the earlier governments of appeasement during a rally in Kushinagar. He had said that the BJP government gave toilets and rations to every poor without any discrimination.

Yogi said, "Was this ration available even before 2017? ... Because then those who called Abbajan used to digest the ration. Then the ration of Kushinagar used to reach Nepal, it used to reach Bangladesh." He said, "Now no one will swallow the ration of the poor...then they will not be able to swallow the ration, but will go to jail."

After his 'Abbajan' statement, the rounds of political accusations and counter-accusations have started.

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