Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM has created history by winning 5 seats in Bihar assembly elections. After this, he has announced that he will definitely win the election of Bengal as well.
Asaduddin Owaisi (Photo Credit: File Photo)
Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM has shocked everyone in the results of Bihar assembly elections. AIMIM has captured five seats in Bihar. Not only this, he has got one and a half percent vote. In Seemanchal area, Owaisi’s party has done a lot of damage to the grand alliance. Of the five seats AIMIM has won, three seats were with the Congress-RJD.
Announcement to contest elections in West Bengal
After the success in Bihar, Owaisi’s party Rocke Hounsley is elevated. He has fiercely attacked the parties which accused BJP’s B team on AIMIM. He said that he is free to contest elections in any part of the country. Owaisi hit back at the Congress and said that you (Congress) want us not to contest elections, you have formed a government with Shiv Sena in Maharashtra. I will fight every election in the country including Bengal and UP.
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Will give a blow to Mamta in Bengal
After Owaisi announced to contest elections in West Bengal, Owaisi has increased the troubles of Mamata Banerjee government. Asaduddin Owaisi’s party is continuously reaching in those areas where the number of Muslim voters is more and it is working to cut a large number of votes. Muslim voters in Bengal are believed to belong to TMC and Congress, in such a situation, if there is an entry of Owaisi in Bengal, there may be increased concern for them.
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With whom are Muslim voters in Bengal?
Let us know that the number of Muslim voters in Bengal is around 27 percent, which determines the difference between victory and defeat. In the last few elections, Mamta Banerjee’s party has got a large number of Muslim votes, followed by the Congress number. But the way AIMIM has emerged among Muslim voters, in such a situation, it is going to raise concerns. There are three districts in Bengal where Muslim voters are more than 50 percent, while many districts have more than 25 percent.
First Published: 12 Nov 2020, 03:23:15 PM
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