AIMIM opens office in Mysuru, enrols 4,500 workers

The All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), led by the Owaisi brothers, said on Wednesday that the party would take up a massive membership drive in the State’s cultural capital in future.

The party has already roped in 4,500 members and has opened an office at Bannimantap in the city. There are plans to open offices in 20 wards where the organisation has pinned hopes of getting support from the people.

Addressing mediapersons here, Nabeel Mohammed Khan, president of the AIMIM city and district units, said, “Though the focus now is on the elections to the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike in the State, the party is keen on contesting elections to other local bodies, including Mysuru, in future”.

Khan sought to clear the public perception that the party was working for the welfare of a particular community, as the party was actually striving for the welfare of dalits, backward classes and downtrodden communities.He alleged that the Congress, especially its leaders from minority communities, were creating hurdles for AIMIM, fearing erosion of their vote bank.

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