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Md Perwez Siddiqui

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Md Perwez Siddiqui
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Md Perwez Siddiqui
Born (1993-02-26) 26 February 1993 (age 27)
Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India
🏳️ NationalityIndian
🎓 Alma materAligarh Muslim University
💼 Occupation
🏢 OrganizationMuslim Arakshan Morcha
👴 👵 Parents
  • Md Ozair Siddiqui (father)
  • Rahnuma Shabnam Siddiqui (mother)

Md Perwez Siddiqui, (born 26 February 1993) is an Indian social activist turned Politician. He is the founder and national president of Muslim Arakshan Morcha.[1]

Life[edit]

Siddiqui was born in February 1993, and brought up in the Muzaffarpur district, Bihar. Siddiqui was born into a family belonging to the Muslim. Siddiqui's father, Md Oziri Siddiqui a teacher in high school under Government of Bihar. His mother, Rahnuma Shabnam Siddiqui is a housewife. He has an elder brother, Md Jawaid Siddiqui, who works as an engineer with a company in Manglore. His younger brother, Md Tabrez Siddiqui, is a chartered accountant and company secretary. Md Perwez Siddiqui studied till Class VI at Paramount Academy, in Bihar, before joining S.A.V. School in Muzaffarpur, a Merchant town in Bihar. During his school days, Siddiqui took part in several plays and activities organized by Schools. He cleared his Class X board exams in 2008 with a first division. After school, Perwez joined Aligarh Muslim University at Aligarh,taking up commerce in Class XI-XII. Siddiqui graduated with a Degree in commerce from the Department of Commerce, AMU,Aligarh in 2014, earning a "first class. " While at the Department of Commerce, he began his involvement in student politics. He found Sir Syed Minority Foundation of India and a year later was selected as a University delegate at its various conference in Delhi. After completing his graduation, he completed Master in Tourism Administration from the Aligarh Muslim University.

Political career[edit]

While at the Aligarh Muslim University, Siddiqui began getting involved in student politics.In February 2013, he organised a first international seminar at Constitution Club at New Delhi for the restoration of Minority Status of AMU.He is the first from AMU that he organise many seminar and rally at AMU and many other places for the cause of AMU Minority case of AMU with the name of Sir Syed Minority Foundation of India.[2][3][4][5] On January 30, 2014 he met with UPA chairperson Smt. Sonia Gandhi and asked to restore the minority status of AMU. He also met with Hon,ble CM of Bihar to urge for support in the Restoration of Minority Status of AMU.[6][7] He also met with various National Leaders BJP President Amit Shah to get support in the resoration of minority status of AMU.[8][9][10] During the demand of minority status of AMU he was threatened to stop the demand of restoration of minority status of AMU but apart from various difficulties he continues his demand.[11]

In 2015 December, Md Perwez Siddiqui became the first student of AMU who met with the HRD minister Smirti Irani and convince her to fund AMU center, Kishanganj.After two days of meeting, the HRD minister allot 134 crores rupees to AMU center,Kishanganj.[12] In 2016 April, He met with Hon,ble Railway Minister Shri Suresh Prabhu and request to make a stoppage of Seemanchal Express at Aligarh Junction for the students who are studying from Seemanchal Districts of Bihar and also present him a frame of glorious pictures of AMU[13] Siddiqui has also demanded to change the name of movie Aligarh as the name of movie defame the image and reputation of Aligarh District as well as also defame the name of Aligarh Movie University[14][15]

Muslim Arakshan Morcha[edit]

In October 2017, he found Muslim Arakshan Morcha and raised the demand for five percent reservation for Muslims in all studies and employment in the state of Bihar and organised a first grand rally in Muzaffarpur.[16][17] After that he organised a massive rally at 22 districts of Bihar with a huge number of Muslims in demand of five percent of reservation for Muslim Community.[18][19][20][21][22] After that on February 23, 2019 he organised a Raj Bhawan March in which more than ten thousands of Muslims from different districts of bihar are present there[23][24]

2020 Bihar Assembly Elections[edit]

Siddiqui started his career as leader of Muslim Arakshan Morcha which is an organisation based in Bihar and he later formed Rashtriye Alpshankhayak Arakshan Morcha. The party allied with Pappu Yadav led Jan Adhikar Party in 2020 Bihar Assembly Elections to form a separate front apart from National Democratic Alliance and United Progressive Alliance.

In the elections it contested against these two grand alliances besides an another front called Grand Democratic Secular Front, which was spearheaded by Rashtriya Lok Samata Party and contained other regional parties like All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen and Suhaldev Samaj Party among others.[25][26][27] The front led by Pappu Yadav and Azad was named as Progressive Democratic Alliance (PDA).[28]

Awards and recognition[edit]

Siddiqui has been awarded Emerging Youth Leader of India by AMU Alumni UAE at Sharjah, UAE two times during the programme of Sir Syed Day and also he received Vicenium Award at Mallapuram, Kerala by Sayyid Ibraheem Khaleel Al Bukhari.[29][30][31][32]

International visit[edit]

Siddiqui has visited UAE , Republic of Turkey and Nepal.

References[edit]

  1. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (7 October 2018). "मुस्लिमों को अलग से मिले पांच फीसदी आरक्षणः मुस्लिम आरक्षण मोर्चा". News18. News18.
  2. "Kuldip Nayar bats for restoring AMU minority status". Indian Express. Indian Express. 28 April 2015.
  3. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (4 July 2014). "AMU body writes to Modi for restoring 'minority character' to varsity". Times of India. Times of India.
  4. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (18 April 2016). "AMU News". AMU News. AMU News.
  5. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (5 July 2013). "Jethmalani to support AMU for minority status". Muslim Mirror. Muslim Mirror.
  6. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (31 July 2013). "Sir Syed Minority foundation representatives meet Bihar CM over minority character of AMU". twocircles.net. twocircles.net.
  7. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (1 August 2013). "Sir Syed Minority Foundation team meets Bihar CM over minority character of AMU". Muslim Mirror. Muslim Mirror.
  8. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (23 February 2016). "AMU delegation meets Amit Shah on minority status issue". Times of India. Times of India.
  9. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (23 February 2016). "AMU delegation meets Amit Shah on minority status issue". www.nyoooz.com. www.nyoooz.com.
  10. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (June 22, 2013). "Govt to restore minority status of AMU: Digvijay Singh". twocircles.net. twocircles.net.
  11. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (January 9, 2015). "AMU students threaten protest if no action taken in activist attack case". twocircles.net. twocircles.net.
  12. Siddiqui, Md Perwez (December 7, 2015). "Smriti Irani sanctions Rs 134 cr for AMU centre". Indian Express. Indian Express.
  13. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ. "Mr Mohd Parvez Siddiqui,President Sir Syed Minority Foundation of India, an organization of AMU students calls on MR". Twitter. Ministry of Railway. Retrieved April 5, 2016.
  14. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (1 March 2016). "Change the name of movie "Aligarh" as it shows gay sex only in Aligarh – Perwez". Siasat. Siasat.
  15. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (13 March 2016). "Aligarh movie to be screened in Aligarh Muslim University". Times of India. Times of India.
  16. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (7 October 2018). "मुस्लिमों को अलग से मिले पांच फीसदी आरक्षणः मुस्लिम आरक्षण मोर्चा". News18. News18.
  17. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (22 November 2018). "मुस्लिम आरक्षण मोर्चा ने मांगा पांच फीसदी आरक्षण". livehindustan. livehindustan.
  18. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (14 December 2018). "मुसलमान जुलूस निकाल किया बिहार सरकार से आरक्षण की मांग". Punjab Kesari. Punjab Kesari.
  19. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (26 February 2019). "Thousands of Muslims in Bihar take out a rally to demand 5% reservations". Sabrang India. Sabrang India.
  20. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (28 October 2018). "आरक्षण को लेकर सड़क पर उतरा अल्पसंख्यक समुदाय". Jagran. Jagran.
  21. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (15 December 2018). "बिहार: मोतिहारी में आरक्षण की मांग के लिए सड़कों पर उतरा मुस्लिम समुदाय". NVP NEws. NVP News.
  22. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (3 May 2019). "बिहार:प्रशान्त किशोर के काफिले का घेराव कर मुस्लिम आरक्षण मोर्चा के कार्यकर्ताओं ने दिखाए काले झंडे". Purvanchal News. Purvancal News.
  23. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (26 February 2019). "Thousands of Muslims in Bihar take out a rally to demand 5% reservations". Sabrang India. Sabrang India.
  24. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (17 December 2018). "मुस्लिम आरक्षण मोर्चा ने शांति मार्च निकाला।". all rights magazine. all rights magazine.
  25. https://www.inextlive.com/bihar/patna/pappus-question-with-chirag-how-good-is-nitish-by-bjp-250069
  26. https://www.citypostlive.com/news/bihar-vidhan-sabha-2020/pappu-yadav-asked-chirag-how-is-nitish-bad-then-bjp-good/
  27. "Six parties form a new front with RSLP's Kushwaha as CM candidate". The Hindu. Retrieved 2020-10-10.
  28. "Bihar polls: Pappu Yadav's Jan Adhikar Party floats new alliance". newindianexpress.com. Retrieved 2020-10-10.
  29. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (November 25, 2015). "AMU Alumni Forum-UAE Celebrates Sir Syed Day in Sharjah". Meeshat. Meeshat.
  30. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (22 November 2017). "AMU Alumni Forum UAE marks Sir Syeds bicentenary with an international conference". My AMU. My AMU.
  31. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ (25 November 2015). "AMU fraternity urged to adopt Kerala model for empowerment of Muslims in North". Ummid. Ummid.
  32. SIDDIQUI, MD PERWEZ. "Education First. Politics Second: Beyond Identity Hangover to Community Empowerment". www.jaihoon.tv/. Jaihoon TV. Retrieved 2 December 2017.




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