|Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM has announced to contest the Bihar Assembly elections | Image source: Twitter|
The third phase of the Bihar assembly elections will be intensified, with Upendra Kushwaha and Mukesh Sahni likely to come on a dais with former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha, Mazdoor Kisan Party, RLSP and VIP.
Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM has announced to contest the Bihar Assembly elections.
Bihar assembly elections are also coming close amid the Coronavirus crisis. In such a situation, political parties are gearing up. In this series, Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi’s party AIMIM has announced its candidates for the Bihar Assembly elections.
Releasing a video on Twitter, AIMIM state president Akhtar ul Iman said that the election in Bihar is near and the political stir has increased. This time AIMIM has advised us that the party will contest 32 seats in 22 districts of Bihar. Soon we will release a second list. The election is currently being held in Bihar. This election is 15 years versus 15 years. The people of the state need the accounts of the Nitish government.
At the same time, Tej, Upendra Kushwaha, and Mukesh Sahni are expected to come on the stage along with former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha, Mazdoor Kisan Party, RLSP and VIP for the Third Front exercise for the Bihar Assembly elections.
The first list of contesting elections in Bihar released, AIMIM will contest 32 seats in 22 districts
Let me tell you that in October last year, All India Majlis-Eithadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) won the by-election in Bihar and the party won the Kishanganj Assembly by-election. Kamarul Hoda defeated Sweety Singh of BJP by a margin of over 10,000 votes. The Kishanganj seat was earlier held by the Congress.
Congress’s Mohammad Javed won the last Lok Sabha election. Due to this, by-elections were held. In the by-election, Javed’s mother Saeeda Bano came out on a Congress ticket but finished third with just 25,285 votes. At the time, Owaisi also called the victory in Bihar special. Earlier, Owaisi’s party had also won 2 seats in the Maharashtra assembly elections.