Public meeting in Kishanganj
After that Owaisi will meet workers at Barbatta, Kochadhaman, Bhattha Haat in his Kochadhaman assembly constituency on Saturday evening. Before returning on Sunday, he will meet the workers of LRP, Janta Haat, Bahadurganj Town of Bahadurganj Assembly. On the other hand, in Thakurganj Vidhan Sabha, he will hold a press conference at Lohagada, Pawakhali, Bheribheri Ghat, Kharkhari Ghat after the march. Bihar State President Akhtarul Iman told that the present government is unable to do anything for the backwardness of Seemanchal. Owaisi is on his three-day tour to wake up the government regarding this. The issue of not forming a commission for the development of Seemanchal will be raised. Seemanchal Adhikar Yatra will be organized under the leadership of Owaisi.
Political temperature increased
The political temperature has increased due to the arrival of Owaisi in Seemanchal. The importance of Seemanchal can be gauged from the rally of Amit Shah and Grand Alliance. Owaisi will blame the Bihar government for lack of development in Seemanchal. However, political experts believe that Owaisi’s journey is more of a vote collection journey than the development of Seemanchal. Owaisi is coming to Kishanganj to prove his political interest. After four out of five MLAs of AIMIM went to RJD, Owaisi is again engaged in building the party in Bihar. He is confident that he will get a good seat in this election as well. At least Seemanchal will not disappoint them.
Owaisi’s preparation complete
Owaisi knows that the Muslim population in Seemanchal, adjacent to Bengal, is more than 75 percent. Owaisi considers Seemanchal as the political laboratory for his party. He initially earned success from here. Once again going to make inroads in the same Seemanchal. Owaisi’s party has a good base in Seemanchal. They have found such a leader named Akhtarul Iman in Seemanchal, who is also educated and dedicated to the party. Owaisi got three lakh votes in the last Lok Sabha elections. Whose percentage was better. Vote percentage raised hopes for Owaisi. After that, five MLAs of Owaisi’s party won in the 2020 assembly elections. Later four MLAs joined RJD. This was a blow for Owaisi.
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