Congress, CPI(M) plan to charm Muslims in Bengal in front of AIMIM walk for 2021 races
In an offer to slow down the walk of AIMIM in West Bengal, resistance CPI(M) and Congress on Tuesday chalked out a nitty gritty arrangement to contact the politically pivotal minority network of the state in front of the 2021 get together surveys.
Political conditions in the spellbound state are set to observe critical changes as the influence of non-BJP parties over minorities, a vital factor in a few seats, gives off an impression of being set for a solid test with Asaduddin Owaisi's AIMIM declaring that it will challenge Bengal gathering surveys, sources in the two gatherings said.
AIMIM has secured five seats in Bihar in the state surveys.
The CPI(M) and the Congress, which has chosen to battle the following get together surveys as union accomplices, Tuesday night held a two-hour-long gathering to decide the methodology for the following get together surveys.
"As a portion of our effort program, aside from connecting with the network chiefs and prominent characters from the minorities network, both the gatherings have chosen to lead uncommon effort program on the National Minorities Day on December 18. We have chalked out an itemized plan," said a senior state Congress pioneer who is conscious of the improvement said.
Prior to the gathering, West Bengal PCC president Adhir Chowdhury and state Leader of the resistance Abdul Mannan met Muslim strict pioneer Toha Siddique and engaged the network o remain by the common powers, he said.
"We met Toha Siddique at Furfura Sharif and engaged minority network not to get confounded by the powers who are B-group of the BJP," Chowdhury later told journalists.
When gotten some information about Owaisi's arrangement to wander into West Bengal, Chowdhury iterated "AIMIM is only the B-group of the BJP, whose sole point is to partition the Muslim votes and cause harm to the mainstream parties".
As indicated by state Congress and CPI(M) sources, both the gatherings are worried about AIMIM's entrance into Bengal as 34 out of the 76 seats it had won in the 2016 get together surveys as a collusion were from minority-ruled regions of Malda, Murshidabad and North Dinajpur. These are areas which AIMIM is looking at.
A central factor in almost 100-110 seats in the state, minorities exceptionally the 30% Muslims, till 2019 had gone about as a rampart of the TMC against its adversaries, with a large portion of them casting a ballot for the gathering. The minorities had considered TMC to be a "solid" power that can oppose saffron flood.
In any case, AIMIM's choice to battle the get together surveys is probably going to influence it.
During the gathering, it was likewise concluded that the Congress and the CPI-M will set up a joint center board of trustees to investigate the parts of region astute seat-partaking in the get together surveys.
It has likewise been chosen to expand the quantity of joint mobilizes and projects in the express, the senior Congress pioneer said.