Lack of Muslim leadership has created a vacuum in the entire country especially in Bihar, as a result, Muslim issues could not be solved. Social worker and President Human Chain Engineer Mohammed Aslam told this while addressing a gathering of students and personalities associated with different walks of life. He said big leaders have expired during the past few years and the new generation of leaders has not emerged. Lack of leaders on regional as well as national levels is being strongly felt, and there is no one to raise the issues in the assembly and parliament.
AMU old boys association Maharashtra president and noted social worker Tanveer Aalam said generally leaders win the elections by using money but they don’t work for the people. They focus on getting the money back, what they had spent on the election.
Tanveer Aalam said we need leaders who are accountable to people, society and their community. It would happen only when we produce leaders among ourselves. We need political investment. he clarified. He further told that there is no dearth of honest youth with a good image but they don’t have money to contest elections. Hence we need to support them financially.
Bihar Congress Minority Cell President Minnat Rahmani claimed that Congress has provided best leadership and a large part of Muslim community has been associated with Congress.