Abbas Siddiqui Biography, Wikipedia, Phone Number, Wiki, Jalsa, Waz, Bio, ISF
Abbas Siddiqui Biography, Wikipedia, Wiki
Abbas Siddiqui is the head of the Muslim Shrine Furfura Sharif. Siddique is the founder of Furfura Sharif Ahale Sunnatul Jamat. Pirzada Abbas Siddiqui formed the ‘Indian Secular Front’ political party in January 2021. Abbas Siddiqui Age 35 years as of 2021.
Political newbie and Pirzada of Furfura Sharif, Abbas Siddiqui occupied pride of place at the huge Brigade Rally show put up by the Congress-Left on 8th February 2021. He was among the famous leaders on the stage, while his ‘Indian Secular Front’ supporters made up a big chunk of the crowd.
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Pirzada Abbas Siddiqui formed the ‘Indian Secular Front (ISF)‘ Muslim-based party in January 2021. The Congress-Left Front finalized an election alliance with the Indian Secular Front (ISF), a Muslim party formed by Pirzada Abbas Siddiqui, an influential cleric of the shrine of Furfura Sharif in Hooghly, West Bengal.
Congress and Left, there is unease over association with the openly religious leader who could end up polarising the electorate, hence strengthen the BJP’s hand. The Congress has been asserting that its alliance is with the Left, and is pushing for seats leading to stalling of West Bengal Legislative Assembly election ticket distribution.
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Abbas Siddiqui Party Name: Indian Secular Front (ISF)
Abbas Siddiqui head of Muslim Shrine Furfura Sharif
Abbas Siddiqui Phone Number: Unknown
Abbas Siddiqui Educational qualification: Unknown
Abbas Siddiqui Age: 35 years
Abbas Siddiqui born on 1986
Abbas Siddiqui Nationality: India
Abbas Siddiqui Occupation: Cleric
Abbas Siddiqui Current Address: Hooghly, West Bengal
Abbas Siddiqui Father & Mother: Unknown
Abbas Siddiqui Wife: Unknown
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In South Bengal, the Trinamool party has been the major beneficiary of Muslim support since 2011, when it first came to power. Religious leaders and influential clerics appealed to Muslim voters to support the TMC of Mamata Banerjee, which returned the favor with a variety of sops for the community. Muslim majority district Malda, Murshidabad, and North Dinajpur in North Bengal, however, remained largely a Congress stronghold.
Abbas Siddiqui’s Indian Secular Front (ISF) could have potentially split the Bengali-speaking Muslim vote three ways among the TMC, Congress-Left, and itself. Finally, that the ISF has allied with the Congress and Left, the TMC could potentially benefit from a less splintered Muslim vote.
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