The political heat in Karnataka has already intensified ahead of the 2023 assembly elections (Karnataka). Asaduddin Owaisi, the leader of AIMIM, might visit Hubli in Karnataka at the end of December. Before the May 2023 election, AIMIM will probably run for 13 to 15 of the seats in Karnataka’s northern region.
Reliable Information indicates that AIMIM will contest elections in the Karnataka cities of Bijapur, Hubli-Dharwad (West), Hubli-Dharwad (Central), Hubli-Dharwad (East), Belgaum (North), Bidar, Yadgir, Raichur, and Gulbarga (North or South). will field a candidate in Shiggaon, the district where Basavaraj Bommai, the chief minister, resides. Each of these constituencies has a sizeable Muslim population, which played a role in their choice.
The Janata Dal was supported by AIMIM in the 2018 Karnataka assembly elections (Secular). Karnataka will hold its assembly elections prior to May 2023. This time, it focuses on problems that the Muslim community is currently facing, including poverty, unemployment, inequality, and a lack of educational opportunities, and it criticizes Congress, JD(S), and BJP for the current state of affairs.
After considering the situation, Asaduddin Owaisi has decided to run in the upcoming Karnataka assembly elections. Owaisi believes that this time, he can gain from the circumstance. The party’s target demographic is the 6.1 crore Muslims in the state, or 13% of the electorate.