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imtiyaz jaleel


Newsmaker | The remaking of Imtiaz Jaleel: From TV journalist to AIMIM firebrand

June 13, 2022 6:52 am

The Aurangabad MP, who is the most well-known face of the party after the Owaisis, has created controversy by demanding the hanging of Nupur Sharma for her remarks about the Prophet.

Owaisi to attend public meetings at Bharuch

February 04, 2021 7:51 pm

Bharitya Tribal Party (BTP) founder and party MLA from Jhagadia, Chhotu Vasava, has announced his alliance with the AIMIM, and both the parties will jointly put their candidates for the upcoming elections.

Marathwada Liberation Day: Shiv Sena takes on AIMIM, says Jaleel skipping event is treason

September 20, 2019 1:34 am

The government marks Marathwada Liberation Day to salute freedom fighters every year on September 17 in Aurangabad. Sena said Jaleel has skipped the event for the fifth year in a row.

Maharashtra: In debut, VBA polls 41 lakh votes, king-maker in several seats

May 25, 2019 10:19 pm

The votes polled by the VBA candidate were in excess of the margin in two more seats — Chandrapur where the Congress candidate won and Amravati where an NCP-supported Independent won.

The Taslima Nasreen Vs Muslim sentiment argument

August 02, 2017 8:42 pm

There are remarkable similarities in the seemingly conflicting arguments between TaslimaNasreen and MLA Imtiyaz Jaleel. They tend to revolve around a few strong beliefs: (a) There is only one form of Islam in India, (b) all Muslims are deeply religious; they follow Islam as an ultimate way of life and (c) reform or no reform, Muslims cannot be understood without Islam.

Bharat Mata ki Jai row: Why AIMIM MLAs cut a lonely figure in the Assembly

March 17, 2016 4:26 am

Pathan said that chanting the slogan was a matter of choice and was not binding.

A former journalist, Imtiyaz Jaleel is the party’s face in Maharashtra

March 17, 2016 1:08 am

Imtiyaz Jaleel was instrumental in ensuring that the AIMIM emerged as the main opposition party in the Aurangabad civic body polls in April 2015.