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The party looked for Muslim voices, but refrained from giving them tickets

The party looked for Muslim voices, but refrained from giving them tickets
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Prasagraj: Muslim voters, because of their vote and trends, said to be the key to deciding the fate of candidates in at least five of the 12 assembly seats in the Prayagraj district, but still the Sawajwadi Party, the Bahajwadi Party, and Congress has avoided the candidate who gave birth from the public.
Congress, related to Allahabad West Seat, while there is no Muslim contestant in a commotion from coals, Koraon, Soron, Handia, and Karchhana’s curve.
Muslim candidates, Mohd Ahmad Ansari (Peace Party), Aftab Alam (Azad Summa Dal), Zia-al-Haq and Fazlur Rehman (both independent) in the commotion of the Pratappur assembly chair, each candidate fighting from Allahabad South and Phulpur Seats .SP has lowered two Muslims, Ansar Ahamad (Phaphamau) and Mohd Mujtaba Siddiqui (P.
Hulpur), while Aimim has also reduced two Muslims, Mohd Farhan (Allahabad South) and Mohd Ali (Allahabad North).
Haider Abbas is a single Muslim candidate from the table assembly chair on the ticket of the Lok Jansakti party.
Although all of the leading parties made an effort to plant Muslim votes in Phulpur, Allahabad South, Allahabad West, Soron, and Phapamau, community voters keep their cards close to their chest.
Aimim candidates in the South Allahabad, two Muslim candidates from Congress and BSP from West Allahabad provide no sleep at SP leaders who are afraid of Muslim voices can divide this time.
Owners of all major parties have intensified their campaign because they cannot lose the opportunity to claim support from the minority community and have begun to make regional rounds dominated by Muslims.
Minority community population of more than 19% in 22 districts, including proagraj, in the state.
Of the 123 assembly segments dominated by Muslims, the number is as high as 40-45% in Moradabad and Rampur.
However, leaders of the major parties still believe that small parties such as the peace party, Aimim will not affect Muslim voters who will vote in their favorites.
Regency spokesman Haseeb Ahmad said, “Muslims have seen the BSP, SP and BJP regime in 20 years and noticed they did nothing for them.” Muslim youth now tend to go to Congress, he claimed.
SP leaders claim that they will get back to most of the Muslim voices where leadership has worked on the strategy.
BSP leaders also stressed that Supremo their party always gives an important meaning for minority leaders and Muslim voters will choose BSP in Droves.
Voters, however, said inflation, unemployment, development and education are the main problems for them.

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