New Delhi: As the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh are approaching, new political equations are getting worse every day. In the state, where the BJP is once again ready to go to the battlefield on the face of Yogi Adityanath, while the opposition is still entangled in the politics of alliance. Meanwhile, before the election, another big news has come. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has announced to contest 100 seats in Uttar Pradesh. Owaisi has said that his party so far only has an alliance with Om Prakash Rajbhar’s party.
Owaisi tweeted, “U.P. I want to put some things in front of you about the election:- 1) We have decided that we will field our candidates on 100 seats, the party has started the process of selecting the candidates and we have also released the candidate application form. is. 2) We are with Om Prakash Rajbhar Sahib ‘Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha’. 3) We have not spoken to any other party in connection with elections or alliances.
This announcement of Owaisi has come out as a challenge for SP, BSP and Congress. On the one hand, where there is a danger of a dent in the MY factor for the Samajwadi Party from Owaisi, on the other hand, there is a fear of slipping the Muslim vote bank of the BSP and the Congress. However, Mayawati has made it clear that she will not forge an alliance with any party in any state except the Akali Dal in Punjab.
Along with this, Akhilesh Yadav has also decided to form an alliance with regional parties this time. The Congress has not yet opened its cards regarding the alliance. But after the performance of Owaisi’s party in Bihar, the announcement of his election battle in Uttar Pradesh must have created folds on the forehead of Congress, SP and BSP. Amidst all these claims of Owaisi, one thing should be reminded that his party had contested elections in Uttar Pradesh in 2017 and had forfeited bail in many seats.
Let us know in which states Owaisi’s party has contested the assembly elections so far and how was his performance in them?
In the 2018 assembly elections in Telangana, Owaisi’s party won seven seats.
In the assembly elections held in Maharashtra in 2019, two seats came from AIMIM.
In the Bihar assembly elections of the year 2020, Owaisi won five seats, betraying big political pundits. Owaisi won these five seats in Seemanchal area. Earlier in 2019 itself, AIMIM won 1 seat in the assembly by-elections in Bihar.
Owaisi, who entered the Bengal elections after winning five seats in Bihar, was not supported by both the luck and the public. The account of Owaisi’s party was not even opened here.
Talking about the Lok Sabha elections, Owaisi’s party got two seats in the 2019 elections.
A look at Asaduddin Owaisi’s political career
Asaduddin Owaisi is the President of AIMIM Party, AIMIM is a regional party of Telangana, which is spreading in other states. Keeps an eye on Muslim vote bank of Owaisi’s party. Elected AIMIM MP from Aurangabad, Maharashtra. After the Bihar assembly elections, it is being said that Owaisi’s party has emerged as a national level party of Muslims. Owaisi’s growing political stature is seen by some political pundits as a failure of other secular parties.