’80k Muslim voters in Goshamahal’: AIMIM leader Khaja Bilal resigns

Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leader and former corporator Khaja Bilal resigned from the party. He made the announcement in a video statement posted on Sunday, November 11.

In a video, he said, “I had demanded the AIMIM ticket from Goshamahal assembly constituency but AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi didn’t give it.”

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He explained that there are 80,000 Muslim voters in Goshamahal and AIMIM was not contesting from there for unknown reasons. “In a planned way Asaduddin Owaisi didn’t field a candidate. The AIMIM president should have fielded a candidate,” said Khaja Bilal.

He alleged the AIMIM party doesn’t have any strategy to tackle Raja Singh. Because the AIMIM has not fielded a candidate Raja Singh has been winning elections since 2014 elections.