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    Why doesn't AIMIM field any Hindu candidate anywhere?

    All India Majlis Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) was founded in 1927 in the Hyderabad State of British India. Its founder was infamous Kashim Rizvi. However, when Hydrabad joined Indian Union, the party swore allegiance to Indian Constitution. It was initially confined to the old Hydrabad city. But presently under the leadeship of Asaduddin Owaisi and Akbarudin Owaisi, the party is in expansion mode. It fielded candidates in various elections in Maharashtra and in eastern part of Bihar (Kishanganj). It has also fielded candidates in the ongoing Uttar Praesh Legislative Assembly election.

    I have found that AIMIM has never fielded any Hindu candidate in any election at any level. The stated ideology of the party is "Protection of rights of Muslims, Dalits, BCs ". Then why doesn't AIMIM field any Hindu (Dalits, BCs, etc.) candidate in any election?

    Politically-conscious Members may kindly furnsih their valuable opinion in this regard.
  • #592513
    AIMIM is known to be a religious based party. In the name of the party itself it included the word Musleimeen. In order to increase their representation through out India they are expanding their base to national level. Such religious parties do not do good to all the people of the country. My question in connection to this is the BJP is a religious party which has not alloted any single seat to muslim candidate to contest present UP assembly election?

  • #592517
    I wont agree with the author, The AIMIM does have Hindu supporters and at Goshamahal or other constituencies in old city they did gave tickets to Hindu contestants. But unfortunately a Hindu would have twice thinking joining that party and fear a back lash from his community and hence only the hefty and known figure would go for that. And by the way when MIM is having its own vote share and can win the elections hands down, why should it take risk on fielding the Hindu candidate and then loose. There is no dearth for local leaders in that party and in fact they are expanding slowly to other states too.
    K Mohan
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  • #592521
    The stated ideology of AIMIM is "Protection of rights of Muslims, Dalits, BCs ". Then why doesn't AIMIM field any Hindu (Dalits, BCs, etc.) candidate in any election?
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