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Masjids issuing fatwas in favour of Congress accuses BJP candidate Ram Satpute: Solapur, Maha

Masjids and Owaisi’s political outfit AIMIM are reportedly supporting Congress in Maharashtra’s Solapur. BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) Solapur candidate Ram Satpute has accused masjids of issuing fatwas favouring the Congress candidate.

AIMIM hasn’t put up a candidate in Solapur for the 2024 Loksabha elections to ‘save the constitution’ Solapur MIM chief Farukh Shabdi told the media in a press conference. In 2019, MIM allied with Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) with VBA’s Prakash Ambedkar as the candidate. BJP’s Dr Jai Sidheshwar defeated Congress’ Sushilkumar Shinde in 2019 by a margin of 158,000 votes.

Ram spoke to media persons after participating in Ambedkar Jayanti celebrations when he made the charges of Congress allying with Jihadi elements in their attempt to defeat PM Modi. According to Ram, AIMIM is also covertly supporting Congress by not putting up a candidate in Solapur. Furthermore, Mullas and Maulvis are issuing fatwas from masjids ordering Muslims to vote for Congress. He said that as an answer to these fatwas, Hindu Samaj will unite and vote for PM Narendra Modi.

Ram stated that masjids in Solapur were issuing fatwas along with numerous pamphlets in Urdu. Ram asked the people to support PM Modi to save the constitution.

(Featured Image Source: TV9 Marathi)

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