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इंडियन आवाज़     11 Dec 2018 02:36:23      انڈین آواز
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Muslims’ representation goes up in states

However the interesting development of the recent assembly polls was the grand successes of Muslim-led parties in the Kerala and Assam.

For the first time a record of 32 Muslim candidates was elected for the Assam assembly polls result of which were declared on Friday. In the dissolved House, there were only 25 Muslim MLAs.  In the latest result 18 Muslims made to the state assembly on the ticket of  AIUDF while 10 got on Congress ticket and remaining as independent and on AGP ticket.

Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal’s All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) with 18 seats has emerged as the second largest party in Assam decimating the combine of AGP-BJP.

Belying all doomsday predictions, the ruling Congress party has secured an absolute majority in Assam, winning 78 seats in the 126-member legislature. The Opposition Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) were wiped out with only AGP just managing to touch the double-digit mark.

AIUDF, which lost some seats with a whisker, has nearly doubled its tally from 10 to 18 and will be main opposition party in the state. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi left no stone unturned to weaken the AIUDF but he failed miserably. Though AIUDF did not emerge as the kingmaker as predicted by the pollsters before the counting while also predicting a hung assembly in Assam but its performance surprised everybody.

Now it all set to get the position of principal opposition party in the state assembly. It is only the second elections for the party led by MP Badruddin Ajmal Qasmi snatching the place of the second largest party that was earlier held by the BJP/AGP combine.

The Indian Union Muslim League led by Union minister of state for External Affairs E Ahmed is another Muslim outfit which emerged as a real winner in the poll by winning 20 out of the 24 seats it contested.

League is a constituent of the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in Kerala. The UDF has come back to power, winning 72 seats in the 140-member Kerala assembly, compared to 68 seats for the ruling Left Democratic Front (LDF). The IUML is the second biggest constituent of the alliance, after the Congress which won 38 seats of the 82 it contested.

IUML’s P. Ubaidullah, who contested the Malappuram constituency, won with the highest margin of 44,508 votes and the second biggest winner was controversial former industries minister P.K. Kunhalikutty who won the Vengara seat by a margin of 38,237 votes.

Like Assam, this western coastal state has also elected Muslim candidates in record number. Muslim representation in the state assembly has gone up from 25 to 36. In the previous assembly, IUML had just seven members, now it has more than doubled its tally in the new House.

However, in the neighbouring Tamil Nadu, Muslim representation has come down from seven to four only. Muslims constitute around six per cent of the state population but the decimation of the DMK has hit hard to their prospects.

The only notable victory for the community is that TMMK chief Prof MH Jawahirullah who has won the Ramanathapuram assembly seat by defeating Congress candidate who was in alliance with the AIDMK.

In west Bengal, where the Left Front was routed for the first time after long 34 years in the wave of Mamta Banerjee, Muslim shave increased their tally from 44 to 54 in the new elected House. Most of the Muslims were elected on the Mamta’s Trinomool Congress tickets which owed her splendid victory due to en-mass support of the Muslim votes.  

HERE IS NAMES OF MUSLIM WINNERS STATE WISE

 

ASSAM/ 29

 

Leading Candidate

Constituency

Assam

Leading Party

 

1-Sahidul Alam Choudhury

Algapur

Asom Gana Parishad

2-Jamal Uddin Ahmed

Badarpur

Indian National Congress

Sherman Ali Ahmed

Baghbor

All India United Democratic Front

Abdur Rahim Khan

Barpeta

All India United Democratic Front

Abul Kalam Azad

Bhabanipur

All India United Democratic Front

Gul Akhtara Begum

Bilasipara East

All India United Democratic Front

Hafiz Bashir Ahmed

Bilasipara West

All India United Democratic front

Rekibuddin Ahmed

Chaygaon

Indian National Congress

Sukur Ali Ahmed

Chenga

Indian National Congress

Ilias Ali

Dalgaon

Indian National Congress

Aminul Islam

Dhing

All India United Democratic Front

Jahan Uddin

Dhubri

All India United Democratic Front

Monowar Hussain

Goalpara East

All India United Democratic Front

Sheikh Shah Alam

Goalpara West

All India United Democratic Front

Abu Taher Bepari

Golakganj

Indian National Congress

Abdul Muhib Mazumder

Hailakandi

Indian National Congress

 

Moin Uddin Ahmed

Jaleswar

All India United Democratic Front

 

Mohd Sirajuddin Ajmal

Jamunamukh

All India United Democratic Front

 

Rafiqul Islam

Jania

All India United Democratic Front

 

Siddeque Ahmed

Karimganj South

Indian National Congress

 

Abdur Rahman Ajmal

21 Salmara South

All India United Democratic Front

 

Ataur Rahman

Mazarbhuiya

Katigorah-

All India United Democratic Front

 

Dr. Nazrul Islam

Laharighat-

Indian National Congress

Zabed Islam Mankachar

Mankachar

Independent

Mazibur Rahman

Rupahihat

All India United Democratic

Front

 

Rockybul Hussain

Samaguri

Indian National Congress

 

Ali Hossain

Sarukhetri

All India United Democratic Front

Anamul Haque

Sonai

Indian National Congress

 

 

TAMIL NADU/ 6

 

Leading Candidate

Constituency

Tamil Nadu

Leading Party

 

T.P.M. Mohideen Khan

Palayamkottai

DMK

Jawahirullah

Ramanathapuram

Manithaneya Makkal Katchi

 

Abdul Raheem

Avadi

AIADMK

Aslam Basha

A Ambur

Manithaneya Makkal Katchi

 

A.Mohammed John

Ranipet

AIADMK

 

Mariam Pitchai

Tiruchirappalli (West)

AIADMK

 

 

KERALA/ 36

 

Leading Candidate

Constituency

Kerala

Leading Party

 

PB Abdurazaq

Manjeshwar

Muslim League

 

NA Nellikkunnu

Kasargod

Muslim League

 

KM Shaji

Azhikode

Muslim League

 

AP Abdullakkutty

Kannur

Indian National Congress

 

K Kunhammed Master

Perambra

CPI (M)

Dr MK Muneer

Kozhikode South

Muslim League

Elamaram Kareem

Beypore

CPI (M)

 

PTA Raheem

Kunnamangalam

independent

 

VM Ummer Master

Koduvally

Muslim League

 

C Moin Kutty

Thiruvambadi

Muslim League

 

K Muhammedunni Haji

Kondotty

Muslim League

 

PK Basheer

Ernad

Muslim League

 

Aryadan Muhammed

Nilambur

Indian National Congress

 

Adv M Ummer

Manjeri

Muslim League

Manjalamkuzhi Ali

Perinthalmanna

Muslim League

 

TA Ahmed Kabeer

Mankada

Muslim League

 

P Ubaidulla

Malappuram

Muslim League

 

PK Kunjalikkutty

Vengara

Muslim League

 

Adv KNA Qader

Vlikkunnu

Muslim League

 

PK Abdurabb

Tirurangadi

Muslim League

Abdurahman Randathani

Tanur

Muslim League

 

C Mammootty

Tirur

Muslim League

 

Abdussamad Samadani

Kottakkal

Muslim League

 

KT Jaleel

Thavanur

CPI (M) independent

 

CP Mohammed

Pattambi

Indian National Congress

 

KS Saleekha

Shornur

CPI (M)

 

M Hamza

Ottappalam

CPI (M)

Adv N Shamsudheen

Mannarkkad

Muslim League

Shafi Parambil

Palakkad

Indian National Congress

 

KV Abdul Khader

Guruvayur

CPI (M)

 

Anvar Sadath

Aluva

Indian National Congress

 

VK Ibrahim Kunju

Kalamasseri

Muslim League

 

Adv AM Ariff

Aroor

CPI (M)

AA Azeez

Eravipuram

RSP

 

Varkala Kahar

Varkala

Indian National Congress

 

MA Vaheed

Kazhakkoottam

Indian National Congress

 

 

WEST BENGAL 59

 

Leading Candidate

Constituency

WEST BENGAL

Leading Party

 

Rafiqur Rahaman

Amdanga

All India Trinamool Congress

1Abdul Gaffar Quazi

 

Baduria

Indian National Congress

Isha Khan Choudhury

Baishnab Nagar

Indian National Congress

Mostafa Bin Quasem

Basirhat Utta

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Safiujjaman Seikh

Beldanga

 

Indian National Congress

Chand Mohammad-

Bhagabangola

Samajwadi Party
(Marxist)

Id Mohammad

Bharatpur

Revolutionary Socialist Party

Abdur Razzak Molla

Canning Purba

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Ali Imran Ramz

Chakulia

All India Forward Bloc

Muzaffar Khan

Champdani

All India Trinamool Congress

Asif Mehbub

 

Chanchal

 

Indian National Congress

Rukbanur Rahman

Chapra

All India Trinamool Congress

Hamidul Rahaman

Chopra

Independent

Dr. M. Nuruzzaman

Deganga

All India Trinamool Congress

Anisur Rahaman

Domkal

 

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Mainul Haque

Farakka

Indian National Congress

Md. Ghulam Rabbani

Goalpokhar

Indian National Congress

Insar Ali Biswas

Hariharpara

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Tajmul Hossain

Harischandrapur

All India Forward Bloc

Julfikar Molla

Haroa

All India Trinamool Congress

Abdul Karim Chowdhary

Islampur

All India Trinamool Congress

Abul Kasem Molla

Jagatballavpur

All India Trinamool Congress

Abdur Razzak

Jalangi

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Jahanara Khan

Jamuria

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Md. Sohrab

Jangipur

Indian National Congress

Nasiruddin Ahamed(Lal)

Kaliganj

All India Trinamool Congress

Kasba

Ahmed Javed Khan

All India Trinamool Congress

Sekh Sahonawez

Ketugram

All India Trinamool Congress

Iqbal Ahmed

Khanakul

All India Trinamool Congress

Haque Nazmul

Kharagpur

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Firhad Hakim

Kolkata Port

All India Trinamool Congress

Begam Mahamuda

Kumarganj

All India Trinamool Congress

Islam Monirul

Labhpur

All India Trinamool Congress

Abu Hena

Lalgola

Indian National Congress

Giasuddin Molla

Magrahat Paschim

All India Trinamool Congress

Abdur Rahim Boxi

Malatipur

Revolutionary Socialist Party

Abul Hasem Mondal

Memari

All India Trinamool Congress

Mamtaj Begam

Metiaburuz

All India Trinamool Congress

Chowdhury Md Hedayatullah

Monteswar-

 

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Sabina Yeasmin

Mothabari

Indian National Congress

Nure Alam Chowdhury

Murarai

All India Trinamool Congress

Phiroja Bibi

Nandigram

All India Trinamool Congress

Abu Taher Khan

Naoda

Indian National Congress

Amjad Hossain Sk

Pandua

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Omar Ali-

Panskura Paschim

All India Trinamool Congress

Parvez Rahman

Pursurah

All India Trinamool Congress

Akhruzzaman

Raghunathganj

Indian National Congress

Ali Sohrab

Raniganj

All India Trinamool Congress

Firoza Begam

Raninagar

Indian National Congress

Humayun Kabir

Rejinagar

Indian National Congress

Touab Ali

Samserganj

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Firdousi Begum

Sonarpur Uttar

All India Trinamool Congress

Abu Nasar Khan Choudhury

Sujapur

Indian National Congress

Haider Aziz Safwi

Uluberia Purba

All India Trinamool Congress

Emani Biswas

Suti

Indian National Congress

S.M. Sadi

Palashipara

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Panchla

Gulsan Mullick

All India Trinamool Congress

Mangalkot

Sahajahan Choudhury

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

Badal Jamadar

Bhangore

Communist Party Of India (Marxist)

 

 

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