Jamal Siddique Appeals to Muslims of Assam to Vote for BJP
BJP’s National Minority Morcha president Jamal Siddique has appealed to the Muslims of Assam to vote for the BJP.
GUWAHATI: BJP's National Minority Morcha president Jamal Siddique has appealed to the Muslims of Assam to vote for the BJP as it's the only party that has been working with its maxim – Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikash, Sabka Biswas. He said that this election will decide the fate of Assam as well as that of the Muslim population in the State.
Addressing the media here on Saturday, Siddique said, "The minorities in India had been facing numerous problems since pre-independence period. However, the Narendra Modi-led BJP government has paved the way for their all-round development. The BJP is not an anti-Muslim party. While launching the party on April 6 in 1980 BJP leaders Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani did take Haji Namaji Sikandar Bhakt as the general secretary of the party. Had it been an anti-Muslim party, it wouldn't have given that post to a Muslim leader.
"Under the governance of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal also, the minorities here are living a dignified life. AIUDF president Badruddin Ajmal and Assauddin Owaisi have been misleading the Muslim society. I appeal to all these people to stay away from such leaders and support the BJP.
"We need to ensure the win of the BJP so as to ensure implementation of various schemes taken up in the State. Now the Muslim population has come to know what the Congress did in 60 years of its rule. Badruddin Ajmal using foreign funds in India has come to the fore. The tie-up between Ajmal and the Congress is of an alliance of thugs and the people of Assam are not going to accept it."
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