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What just Owaisi thinks about the elections in the month of Ramzan

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Hyderabad : All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi commented on the elections in the month of Ramzan and the impact on Muslim votes. Owaisi thinks that such talk are just crap only, he said it was a totally uncalled for and unnecessary controversy.

The Lok Sabha election will be held from April 11th to May 19th and the results will be declared on May 23rd, while the month of Ramzan is starting on 5th May, which will be ends in the evening of 4th of June. So, looking at this, Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress (TMC) voices concern about elections in the month of Ramzan and the impact on Muslim votes.

The AIMIM chief said that, "I would earnestly request those political parties that please don't use the Muslim community and Ramzan for whatever reasons you have." He also took on Twitter  and said that, "Fasting is obligatory on Muslims. We cook, work, clean & take care of our families while fasting. It’s an insult to Muslims to say that Ramzan will affect our voting. In Ramzan, Shaitan is enchained - inshallah one will use their vote to defeat his agents."

Notably, TMC leader and Kolkata Mayor Firhad Hakim had commented on voting difficulties while questioning the lengthy schedule of the election, which will be held in seven rounds. He had said on Sunday that voting would be arduous for those observing Ramzan in the states of Bihar, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh.

The Election Commission too said that polls are being conducted during Ramzan as a full month cannot be excluded, news agency ANI reported. "However, the date of main festival and Fridays are avoided for poll days," ANI quoted the Election Commission as saying.


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