MCD election 2022: Asaduddin Owaisi party looking for candidates in Okhla, Delhi
Civic agency election in Delhi is a few months away but All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen under the leadership of Kaleem-Ul-Hafeez in Delhi has already started preparation for the big fight.
The party has announced that it is looking for candidates who are willing to contest local election on AIMIM ticket. We are inviting forms from would-be candidates so that wetting could be done and winning candidate is selected, said Okhla-based Kaleem-Ul-Hafeez, a businessman turned politician.
Contact on this number 8287421080 to apply, he said.
This is not for the first time that AIMIM will be contesting local elections in Delhi. The last time when it contested it failed to make any impact even in Muslim dominated Okhla, said political watchers, adding that it would be interesting to see whether Kaleem-Ul-Hafeez, who joined the party very recently, would be able to improve its performance and win some seats for the party.
The local election next year most probably will be a litmus test for Kaleem-Ul-Hafeez, who is a well-known public figure in Okhla and Delhi, said election watchers.
Moreover, they said it would be a big challenge for him to translate his popularity into votes and help AIMIM to open its account in the local election.