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UP Elections: AIMPLB Member Requests AIMIM To Not Split Muslim Votes

Maulana Khalil-ur-Rahman Sajjad Nomani, the senior individual from All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), has written an open letter to All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi, asking him to not cause a split in Muslim votes in UP Assembly.

AIMPLB Requests AIMIM’s Assistance For Muslim Votes

Nomani has asked Owaisi to handle competitors just on those seats where his party is sure of its success. Maulana Nomani is an Islamic researcher and stands firm on a few significant footings in Islamic theological colleges.

He is additionally an individual from the Working Committee of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board. The AIMIM has pronounced that it would challenge on 100 seats in UP.

In 2017, the party had challenged on 35 seats and surveyed roughly two lakh votes. In his letter to AIMIM president, the priest has called attention to that AIMIM up-and-comers could prompt the split of ‘common votes’ against partisan powers in the UP races.

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“As I would like to think, you should challenge just on those seats where triumph is sure, and in the leftover seats you should request the partnership (against the BJP),” he said.

The Maulana, in his letter, further said that “assuming you do this, your fame and certainty will build, which will be the accomplishment towards the work to begin following the political decision for your unique mission.”

AIMIM Writes To Election Commission For Physical Campaigns 

AIMIM has written with the Election Commission of India looking for removing in its prohibition on all actual methods of lobbying for the forthcoming get-together surveys in five states.

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EC while reporting the election dates for UP, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Goa, and Manipur on Saturday, declared a full clampdown on physical assemblies, roadshows, vehicle, and cruiser rallies, padayatra, and parades till January 14, taking into account the rising Covid diseases in the country. The ban will be investigated after January 14, considering any adjustment of the Covid situation.

 

 

 

 

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