AIMIM Declares Three Candidates for Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019; Daniel Landge to Fight From Vadgaonsheri, Mohd Feroz Khan From Nanded North

Mumbai, September 10: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) on Tuesday declared its candidate for Maharashtra Assembly elections 2019. Daniel Ramesh Landge has been given ticket from Pune's Vadgaonsheri. Mufti Mohd Ismail Abdul Khalik will contest on AIMIM ticket from Malegaon Central, While Mohd Feroz Khan (Lala) has been fielded from Nanded North. Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019: VBA Will Contest on All Seats, Won't Go with Congress, Says Prakash Ambedkar.

Earlier today, AIMIM said that it would be fighting Vidhan Sabha elections alone in Maharashtra. Addressing a press conference, AIMIM MP and Maharashtra President Imitiaz Jaleel said that there were talks with Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) but they were also continuing talks with Congress. Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019: Congress, NCP Further Seat-Sharing Talks, Unlikely to Accommodate Bahujan Vanchit Aghadi.

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"VBA president Prakash Ambedkar has parted ways with AIMIM. We will now contest along in the state," Jaleel said. Legislative assembly elections are due to held in Maharashtra in October or November to elect the 288 members of Legislative Assembly.