Owaisi criticises PM Modi with a joke about people not getting married since they don't have work.

Asaduddin Owaisi, head of the All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the countrys unemployment by making a joke . The party is running for 14 seats in the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections for which the party has announced the names of 14 candidates .

Danilimda (Gujarat) India : Asaduddin Owaisi, the head of the All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the country's unemployment by making a joke.According to Owaisi, the man said to his girlfriend, Modi sarkar par bharosa mat karo, tum shadi kar lo, Do not trust the Modi government, you get married, while referring to the Manchurian government's decision to create 2 crore jobs in 2014.It's been eight years, and now he says ten lakh jobs will be created before 2024.Bis now, 16 crore jobs should have been filled.

AIMIM is running for 14 seats in the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections for which the party has announced the names of 14 candidates.The party is attempting to gain some vote share and chastising the government for doing the same for jobs and the recent Morbi bridge accident that killed over 130 people.Owaisi had criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which he urged for accountability for the Morbi bridge failure on Monday, saying, If the BJP takes credit for creating Gujarat, they should also tell us who built the Morbi bridge, which killed 140 people due to collapse.However, the companies' rich people are not caught.

The Morbi incident occurred weeks ahead of the state's elections, sparking reports of a political setback for the ruling BJP in Gujarat, which had been elected in April.Last week, Owaisi was greeted with Modi-Modi chanting and were shown black flags as he campaigned for his party in the upcoming assembly elections.During the rally, Owaisi ignored the demonstration and encouraged people to support his party in the forthcoming assembly elections.On December 1 and 5, the 182-member State Assembly will be contested in two phases.

The ruling BJP has been in power for over 27 years and is seeking its seventh term.

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