PATNA: Having an eye on Muslim votes, Asaduddin Owaisi-led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) on Tuesday said it would competition minimal 50 chairs in the coming assembly polls at Bihar.
“How many chairs can increase as our company remains conducting a survey to learn more chairs from where the AIMIM could subject its candidate,” the celebration Bihar unit leader and former MLA Akhtarul Iman said here on Tuesday.
The AIMIM had contested six chairs in the 2015 assembly polls in Bihar. However, it couldn’t register success from some of the six chairs. Afterwards in a bye-election, the celebration enrolled its own success from Kishanganj assembly chair in Bihar.
Iman on Tuesday declared to area his applicants from 18 more meeting seats in Bihar. Before on June 10 this season, the celebration had declared to field its own candidates from 32 chairs.
“Consequently the AIMIM has up to now identified entirely 50 chairs to field its own candidates in the coming assembly polls in Bihar,” the party’s youth wing leader Aadil Hasan told TOI on Tuesday.
Hasan stated the 18 chairs that were declared on Tuesday are Kochadhaman, Kishanganj, Bahadurganj, Thakurganj, Kasba, Araria, Narpatganj, Chhatapur, Pranpur, Jale, Darbhanga City, Sugauli, Bhagalpur, Gaya, Purnia, Dhamdaha, Piro (Bhojpur) and also Manihari assembly chairs.
He said the party would announce a different pair of chairs within the upcoming few days.