Ayodhya Hindus elect Muslim man as gram pradhan

Ayodhya Hindus elect Muslim man as gram pradhan

Hummingbird News Desk

NEW DELHI, 12 MAY: A Hindu dominated village in Ayodhya has elected a Muslim gram pradhan in the recently concluded panchayat elections.

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Residents of village Rajanpur of Mavai block in Rudauli assembly constituency elected Hafiz Azimuddin Khan as their gram pradhan.

Hafiz Azim’s family is the only Muslim family in this predominantly Hindu village.

An elated Hafiz said: “My victory is an example of Hindu-Muslim affinity not only in village Rajanpur but the entire Ayodhya. I never played the communal card and sought votes from my brothers and sisters. I treat the village as an extended family.”

Listing out his priorities for the village, Hafiz said; “All funds with the Gram Pradhan will be utilised for development of the village. Basic amenities will be augmented, and jobs will be provided to all those entitled under the MNREGS.”

Hindu candidates in the contest tried to win over constituents by promising pension, house under the PM Awas Yojana and allotment of land (patta).

But villagers voted for Hafiz Azimuddin and rejected all other candidates.

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