What is Asaduddin Owaisi’s ‘masterplan’ for Gujarat elections, know here AIMIM’s strategy

Gujarat Election 2022: Gujarat Assembly Elections Apart from the ruling BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party in 2022, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is being discussed a lot. AIMIM is expanding beyond Telangana. The party has an eye on the Muslim and Dalit voters of Gujarat, for this party chief Asaduddin Owaisi is continuously holding rallies and meetings in Gujarat. Owaisi has made a ‘masterplan’ to win maximum seats in Gujarat.

What is the masterplan?
What is AIMIM’s masterplan for Gujarat elections? We will know this in this story. Actually, there is two weeks left in the Gujarat elections. Asaduddin Owaisi and his party are working hard to woo Muslim voters. As per the masterplan, AIMIM is fielding its candidates on 15 seats, the party has fielded a social media team of 20 people for the election, which is engaged day and night in campaigning for the party. 

17 rallies of Asaduddin Owaisi 
Party chief Asaduddin Owaisi himself will hold 17 rallies in Gujarat. Apart from this, senior party leaders Imtiaz Jalil, Waris Pathan and 7 MLAs from Hyderabad are holding election public meetings. While Akbaruddin Owaisi will also come to Gujarat to campaign for the party at the last moment of the election.    

AIMIM has fielded five candidates in Ahmedabad. The party has fielded Hindu candidate Kaushika Parmar from Danilimda seat in Ahmedabad. Owaisi has also given tickets to Dalit candidates in the elections. Amidst all this the election campaign of AIMIM is going on in full swing.

On the other hand, all the parties are leaving no stone unturned to defeat each other with their political moves. As the elections are coming closer, the Gujarat elections are getting more interesting. Voting for the 182 assembly seats here is to be held on December 1 and 5. While the election results will come on December 8. 

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