In West Bengal, Assembly elections are just a few months away. The BJP is emerging as a major force in the Assembly elections as compared to the previous elections. While the BJP is leading in demolishing Mamata Banerjee’s fort in Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is once again claiming victory. However, just before the polls, Mamata Banerjee is worried about the Bihar Assembly polls. In fact, Mamata Banerjee has leveled harsh allegations against AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi. The Chief Minister alleged that the BJP was distributing minority votes by giving money to AIMIM.
Addressing a public meeting in Jalpaiguri, Bengal, Mamata Banerjee said, “They (BJP) have arrested a party in Hyderabad (AIMIM) to divide the votes of minorities.” The BJP pays them and distributes votes. This has also been seen in the Bihar elections. Moreover, Mamata Banerjee described the BJP as the biggest thief. He said, “There is no bigger thief than BJP. They are dacoits of Chambal.” There are. “
Owaisi has spoiled the ‘game’ of the BJP in Bihar
In fact, as Mamata Banerjee has pointed out in the Bihar elections, Owaisi’s party has spoiled the game of the Grand Alliance. AIMIM had given a big push to the grand alliance candidates in the border region. The party fielded candidates for 1 seat in Seemanchal Pradesh. Five of them won seats. The party won Amur, Kochadham, Jokihat, Bayasi and Bahadurganj seats. Apart from this, many places in Kosi and Mithila were affected. Owaisi’s party caused the Grand Alliance to lose many seats.
AIMIM makes it tougher for elections
Asaduddin Owaisi’s party tightened its grip just before the West Bengal elections. The party has decided to set up its electoral system in the state. Owaisi is expected to reach West Bengal soon, party spokesperson and Bengal party convener Asim Waqar said recently. We are going to contest elections in West Bengal. The party’s state election committee will be set up soon. Owaisi is expected to announce the party’s election tour of Bengal and how many seats the party will contest in Bengal.
27 per cent Muslim population in Bengal
West Bengal has a large number of minority votes. These votes can succeed in reversing the trend of any election. According to the 2011 census, the BJP and election strategist Prashant Kishor’s I-Pack survey found that Muslims make up 2.01 per cent of the population in West Bengal and 24 per cent in the state’s assembly constituencies. Districts like Murshidabad, Malda and North Dinajpur in West Bengal have minority populations.