Owaisi's entry into Bengal politics, after visiting the Dargah, discussed with party leaders - Newztezz Online


Sunday, January 3, 2021

Owaisi's entry into Bengal politics, after visiting the Dargah, discussed with party leaders

Encouraged by the victory in the Bihar Assembly, AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi announced his candidature in the Bengal elections. 
Owaisi has also started from there from today. After the political heat of the bungalow has increased, now Owaisi has also entered there. Owaisi arrived in Hooghly, Bengal, where he held talks with party leaders on election preparations. Arriving at Hooghly, Owaisi visited Furfura Sharif Dargah.

Owaisi will also contest in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh

Owaisi is trying to give his party a good place not only in the Bengal elections but also in states like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan. In Gujarat, Owaisi's AIMIM has formed an alliance with the Indian Tribal Party, where it is eyeing local body elections. In Madhya Pradesh, too, Owaisi's party, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), is likely to field candidates in next year's local body elections. Owaisi's region team is currently conducting a survey in some places to gauge the party's position.

Owaisi's highest focus on Bengal

The main target for Owaisi is Bengal more, because the Muslim population here is higher than other states. According to the 2011 census, the share of Muslims in West Bengal is 27 per cent. This is the reason why Owaisi is hoping for more success in Bengal. With this, AIMIM has announced to contest the assembly elections.

Owaisi excited with victory in Bihar

Speaking of Bihar Assembly elections, in the 2020 Assembly elections, the party won 4 out of 5 Assembly seats in Kishanganj district. Where the Muslim population is over 60 percent. Such a demonstration by Owaisi's party, AIMIM, has raised concerns among parties that consider Muslims as their traditional vote bank. This is why the BJP is happy with Owaisi's party entering Bengal, because if the Muslim vote is shared, it will directly benefit. But Mamata Banerjee's worries could be heightened by the Muslim votebank sliding.

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