News Desk, Amar Ujala, Hyderabad
Updated Sat, 21 Nov 2020 10:49 AM IST
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MP from Hyderabad and All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi has targeted the RSS, saying that only one community should not have all the political power. He said that the Sangh wants that Muslims should not have the right to participate in politics.
Owaisi tweeted, ‘Hindutva is built on the lie that only one community should have all the political power and Muslims should have no right to participate in politics. Our greater presence in Parliament and legislatures acts as a challenge against the Hindutva of the Sangh, if we can maintain our presence, celebrate. ‘
AIMIM won five seats in Bihar
Owaisi’s remarks come at a time when his party AIMIM has won five seats in the Bihar elections, performing unexpectedly. However, the party has won those seats in Seemanchal where Muslim voters are more.
On the other hand, this comment by Owaisi also becomes important because Muslim representation in parliamentary elections has decreased. In such a situation, the victory of AIMIM in Bihar is coming out in many ways.
Owaisi emerged as big leader of Muslims
In fact, after the electoral success in Bihar, there has been a discussion in the political circles that the Owaisi-led AIMIM has emerged as a national-level party of Muslims. At the same time, party president Asaduddin Owaisi has emerged as a prominent leader of Muslims.
Consecutive wins over Hyderabad since 1984
Significantly, AIMIM was established in 1927. Initially, the party won only in Telangana. At the same time, the party has been continuously winning the Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat since 1984. On the other hand, the account of the party limited to Telangana is now open in Maharashtra and Bihar as well.
Seven seats won in Telangana in 2014
The party won seven seats in the 2014 Telangana assembly elections. At the same time, AIMIM won two seats in the 2014 Maharashtra assembly elections. On the other hand, after the victory in Bihar, the party is now upbeat. In such a situation, the next target of the party is on the assembly elections in West Bengal.