Buoyed by the results of the Bihar Meeting election, Asaduddin Owaisi’s celebration – All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen or AIMIM, which received 5 seats, is now seeking to unfold its wings to states reminiscent of Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
Talking with reporters in Hyderabad, Mr Owaisi stated his celebration will battle for justice in Bihar’s Seemanchal area.
Reacting to allegations that his celebration was dividing anti-BJP votes, Mr Owaisi stated he was operating a political celebration that has a proper to contest by itself.
“You imply we must always not battle elections. You (Congress) went and sat in Shiv Sena’s lap (in Maharashtra). If anybody asks why did you battle the elections… I’ll battle in West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and can battle each election within the nation,” he stated.
“Do I have to ask anybody’s permission to battle the polls,” he stated when requested whether or not the celebration would contest in another state.
He nonetheless, didn’t make clear whether or not the celebration would contest by itself or in alliance with different events.
“AIMIM will battle within the 2022 Uttar Pradesh Meeting elections. Time solely will inform with whom we’ll ally,” Mr Owaisi added.
Attacking Congress chief from West Bengal, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury for reportedly calling AIMIM as ‘vote cutter’ within the Bihar polls, Mr Owaisi sought to know what he has achieved for the welfare of Muslims in his constituency.
“..Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury has to reply why the situation of Muslims is so unhealthy in his personal constituency. He has to say what he did for Muslims,” he stated.
“AIMIM will battle the polls in West Bengal.. AIMIM is coming to Bengal,” he added.
Asaduddin Owaisi is commonly criticised by Congress and different events allegedly because the “B-team” of BJP.
Asaduddin Owaisi-led AIMIM appears to have lower huge time into the RJD-led Mahagathbandhan vote within the Seemanchal area within the third section of the polls, in keeping with ballot pundits.
The Hyderabad MP-led celebration was contesting in 20 seats in Bihar elections, a majority of which went to polls within the third section on November 7, as a part of the Grand Democratic Secular Entrance that has 4 different events, together with Upendra Kushwaha’s Rashtriya Lok Samta Occasion and the Bahujan Samaj Occasion.
The celebration’s victory in 5 seats has turn out to be inconsequential by way of lending help in case of hung-Meeting as NDA emerged because the clear winner.
In response to statistics offered by the Election Fee of India, AIMIM obtained 1.24 per cent of over 4 crore votes polled – a progress from its efficiency within the Meeting election in 2015 when it secured lower than 0.5 per cent votes in Bihar.
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