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As per govt assessment, Asaduddin Owaisi still faces security threat: Home Minister Amit Shah
Amit Shah said, Owaisi did not have any pre-determined program in Hapur district, no information about his movement was sent to the district control room earlier.
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has responded in the Rajya Sabha in the case of firing on the vehicle of AIMIM (All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen) MP Asaduddin Owaisi. He said, Owaisi did not have any pre-determined program in Hapur district, no information about his movement was sent to the district control room earlier.
Attack on Owaisi's convoy:
After the incident, they have reached Delhi safely. Taking quick action, two accused were arrested, two unauthorized pistols and an Alto car were recovered from them. The forensic team is conducting a meticulous investigation of the car and the crime scene and is collecting evidence.
Amit Shah's address in Rajya Sabha:
Amit Shah further said, 'Owaisi was assessed the threat and he was then given a bulletproof vehicle and Z security. But according to the oral information received from him, he refused to accept all this. I request them to accept the security provided by the central government. Based on the initial inputs received from central security agencies, the Center ordered them to be provided security. But due to not taking his security, the efforts of Delhi and Telangana Police to provide him security did not succeed.
Asaduddin Owaisi had tweeted the picture of the car on his official Twitter account a few days ago. His white colored SUV had marks of firing. While a bullet hit the tire of the car. Two people were arrested in this case. Those who were sent to 14 days custody. One of these accused is named Sachin. who is facing charges of attempt to murder in a separate case. He claims to be a member of a Hindu right-wing organization. According to media reports, pictures of Sachin were revealed with many leaders of Uttar Pradesh.
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