AIMIM setting up political race apparatus in Bengal; BJP, TMC make light of danger


The All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) will before long set up its political decision apparatus in West Bengal in front of the essential 2021 gathering surveys, party pioneers said after a gathering with party head Asaduddin Owaisi in Hyderabad on Saturday, party pioneers said.

AIMIM, in the wake of winning five seats in as of late held Bihar surveys, had reported that it would challenge the West Bengal gathering decisions.

An appointment of the West Bengal unit of AIMIM, including pioneers from every one of the 23 regions, held a gathering with Owaisi in Hyderabad, where conversations to set up the gathering’s survey technique for the impending surveys were held.

“Owaisi is relied upon to come to West Bengal very soon. We would challenge the races in West Bengal. The state political race advisory group would be framed soon. Owaisi is required to report the political decision board and quantities of seats we would challenge, during his visit,” said Asim Waqar, AIMIM representative, and the gathering’s Bengal organizer.

Muslims represented West Bengal’s 27.01% populace according to the 2011 enumeration and the network assumes an unequivocal function in 120 out of 294 gathering seats in the state, as indicated by overviews by the BJP and political decision specialist Prashant Kishor’s I-Pac.

Despite the fact that Owaisi’s faultfinders state AIMIM will wind up parting the votes and accordingly help the BJP, which is looking at for around 200 out of the 294 seats in the state gathering, both the TMC and the BJP, notwithstanding, said that the AIMIM won’t be a factor.

“Owaisi has a place with Hyderabad. He has some impact in a portion of the flanking locale in Bihar as there are some Urdu-talking individuals. He is a colleague of the BJP and is utilized to part the non-BJP votes. It likewise occurred in Bihar. We are not worried about Owaisi. Numerous individuals from AIMIM are joining the TMC on the grounds that he has been exposed,” said Saugata Roy, TMC MP.

AIMIM won’t have the option to have any effect in Bengal. Here the battle is between the TMC and the BJP. Individuals need to dispose of the TMC and BJP will come to control,” said Samik Bhattacharya, representative of the BJP’s state unit.