Lucknow: A day after he was denied permission to hold public meetings in Azamgarh, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi said the "more he will be denied permissions to hold meetings, the more will he visit the state".
"Samajwadi party is stopping from holding public meetings, enter Azamgarh remember @yadavakhilesh power is not ETERNAL I will be coming more (sic)," Owaisi wrote on micro-blogging site Twitter this morning.
Owaisi also said that the ruling Samajwadi Party was "insecure" of him.
"Yesterday did a roadshow in 4 districts UP very good public response esp from youth for 12 hours peaceful but stopped Azamgarh SP is insecur (sic)," he wrote on micro-blogging site Twitter this morning.
The AIMIM chief was yesterday denied permission by authorities to hold public meetings in Azamgarh in the wake of tension in Mubarakpur area there.
Application to hold public meeting was received from Owaisi's party but he was denied permission, Azamgarh District Magistrate Suhash L Y had said.
Addressing his partymen at a meeting, Owaisi had exhorted them to prepare for the 2017 Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.
"Start preparations for the elections so that our people could have representation in the Vidhan Sabha," he had told party workers in Siddarthnagar.
"We are neither against any religion nor against any person," Owaisi, who was on a UP tour, said.
Accusing the SP government of not fulfilling the promises it made, the AIMIM leader said the party was using Muslims just as a vote bank.
He however did not speak about a possible alliance with the Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) and number of seats the AIMIM will contest in Uttar Pradesh.