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On Tuesday, the RJD and Congress called AIMIM a vote-cutting party and accused the party of causing huge losses to the grand alliance in Seemanchal. Both parties even said that the Grand Alliance missed out on a majority due to AIMIM. However, the facts do not corroborate the allegations of RJD and Congress. In contrast, the LJP definitely won the victory of JDU in half a dozen seats in Seemanchal.
In the election, AIMI has won the seats of Amour, Bahadurganj, Kochadhaman, Baisi and Jokihat. Of these, party candidates in Amour, Kochadhaman and Bahadurganj have got more than fifty percent votes. In Baisi and Jokihat, the party candidate got 41 thousand and seven thousand more votes than the rival Congress respectively.
AIMIM did not become a reason for defeat
Of the 24 seats in Seemanchal, there is not a single seat where AIMIM or its alliance has played a role in the defeat of the Grand Alliance candidate. For example, in Pranpur, the party-alliance got just 508 votes, just 2000 in Koda, 512 in Katihar, 2400 in Manihari, 6500 in Bari, 19000 in Thakurganj, 1900 in Kadwa, 8900 in Araria. Among them, Mahagathbandhan candidates won in Araria, Kadwa, Koda, Manihari, Thakurganj, Kishanganj. Yes, in half a dozen seats including Kadva and Manihari, the LJP definitely played a direct role in defeating JDU. In particular, the Congress lost many seats due to independent candidates.
Strategic vote to defeat the NDA
In most of the seats of Seemanchal, Muslims voted tactically to defeat the NDA. For example, Muslims voted unilaterally in favor of candidates of AIMIM in different seats and grand alliance somewhere. However, it is a fact that Muslim voters of Seemanchal, one of the most backward areas of the country, were deeply angry with the parties for allegedly secular politics. Amidst this resentment, AIMIM continuously raised the issue of development of the area and announced the formation of Seemanchal Development Council.
Stir in west bengal
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi is upbeat with the victory in five seats. He has announced to field candidates in West Bengal. Significantly, the Muslim voters in the state constitute 28 percent of the population. The state elections are due early next year. If Owaisi puts power on the lines of Bihar in the state, then TMC and BJP can get its loss.
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