Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday asked AIMIM boss Asaddudin Owaisi to reexamine his choice not to acknowledge the security cover being given by the public authority considering the survey of danger to him.
Saying something in Rajya Sabha, Shah said, “In his discourse in Lok Sabha, Owaisi has wouldn’t acknowledge the security cover. I demand him to rethink his choice and acknowledge the security cover gave to him and make us nervousness free.”
Owaisi had no planned occasion in Hapur locale, no data about his development was shipped off the region control room ahead of time, Shah said, adding that after the episode he arrived at Delhi securely.
Not long after the assault on AIMIM boss in Hapur region of Uttar Pradesh, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had looked for a report from the state government, Shah said.
The Home Minister said that in the survey it was observed that the security given by Delhi and Telangana Police “isn’t sufficient” and, thusly, it was chosen to give the AIMIM pioneer ‘Z’ classification security.
Giving subtleties of the development that prompted the assault, the Home Minister said the Lok Sabha part was getting back to Delhi on February 3. At around 5.20 pm close to Chhajarsi Toll Plaza two unidentified people discharged at the pioneer’s vehicle and three shot imprints were found on the vehicle.
“Before long, senior police authorities arrived at the spot and a case was enrolled and examination started. Two blamed people have been captured and two guns recuperated from them,” Shah said, adding that a legal group had been investigating the matter.