MIM will to fill constituencies with Dalits and Muslims
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The party has identified such constituencies at Vellore, Krishnagiri and in Chennai. While the party is yet to make the official declaration and sources have told that the party is keen to have its full presence in Tamilnadu and the party functioning is for more than a year.
The Hyderabad party has also made a participation in the relief of the Chennai flood relief victims. The MIM Chief Asadudin Owaisi will soon speak at a public meeting which will be organized at Vaniyambadi, a town which is located in Vellore on April 9th to spell out the party’s strategy for the forthcoming May 16th elections.
As majority of Muslims in Tamilnadu speaks Tamil, the MIM Leadership may have to use interpreters to convey its message to the voters. Currently MIM has seven legislators in 120 members in Telangana Assembly and the party has also significant presence in local bodies in Telangana, Karnataka and in Maharashtra.