MIM-deprived front to fight together; Hint given by Imtiaz Jalil

“I don’t think it’s hard to be a MIM-deprived front”

It was announced last week that the alliance between AIMIM and the deprived Bahujan Alliance had broken down in the run-up to the by-elections. After that, there are indications that he will contest the Assembly elections again with MIM and the deprived front. MIM state president MP Imtiaz Jalil has confirmed this. “The party is reconsidering going with the deprived front. Party president MP Asaduddin Owaisi has also expressed readiness to compromise on seats, ā€¯Owaisi said. NDTV quoted PTI as saying.

The split between the MIM and the disenfranchised Bahujan Alliance began to emerge during the discussion on allotment of seats for the Assembly elections. After that, the MIM decided to secede and announced that the alliance had broken down due to lack of respectable seats. “The alliance is breaking up as 8 out of 288 seats are being vacated for MIM,” said MIM’s Maharashtra state president MP Imtiaz Jalil. Also, “I cannot take a big decision to break the alliance with the deprived without the permission of party president Asaduddin Owaisi. This decision has been taken by the party president Owaisi, “said Jalil.

Meanwhile, PTI spoke to MP Imtiaz Jalil. Speaking on the occasion, Jalil said, “I don’t think it is difficult to be a MIM-deprived front. If Prakash Ambedkar, as the elder brother, settles the issue of allotment of seats, then we want to start anew. We are ready if Prakash Ambedkar shows readiness to discuss with Asaduddin Owaisi again, “said Jalil.

Asked why Prakash Ambedkar should take the initiative to bring about reconciliation between the two parties, Jalil said, So Owesi was disappointed. Owaisi used to say, “I have a lot of respect for Balasaheb. They wanted to make a phone call to me. Then we would have discussed. But it is shocking to send a seat-sharing proposal via email, “said Owaisi. Jalil replied in the affirmative to why there is some hope for a deprived and MIM front. He said, “The condition of the Congress and the NCP is very poor. People don’t want that. So voters are looking at MIM and the deprived Bahujan Front as alternatives. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. But we will fight for a maximum of 60 seats. We will not cross this number, “said Jalil.

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