The interview is about:
Assaduddin Owaisi, the President of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen, speaks to Pradip Bhandari, the CEO and Founder of Jan ki Baat and Akriti Bhatia, co-Founder of Jan Ki Baat. Material strength, the FPTP system, for Owaisi, are two primary causes that hinder a common mans attempts to become part of the political setup. However, theres still hope as every day, healthy discussions continue to proceed at the Parliament. Disruptions during these valuable discussions problematize and emphasize on the inability of achieve solutions. Owaisi believes that fighting amongst opposition parties take away from the conversation the moot point, dragging the focus away from the real problem. When asked about the NIT Srinagar incident and other such incidents students are forced to encounter, Owaisi observed that political parties should not get involved in university campuses and the youth must continue to struggle for its secure, stable future.
Sessions in the Houses are often cut short because of the uncontrollable disturbances, consequently, the time reserved for discussions of actual, real problems gets wasted. Therefore, a smooth functioning of these sessions is necessary.
Accessibility to and availability of legal, constitutional remedies for the common man is of extreme importance for the nation, as a whole, to develop. Any disruption becomes an apparent obstacle of this goal. Owaisi encapsulates one such problem.