No plan to quit League; didn't join party for positions, says Fathima Thahiliya

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Fathima Thahiliya | Photo: Rahul G | Mathrubhumi

Kozhikode: Fathima Thahiliya, the former national vice president of MSF, informed that she will not quit the Muslim League. It was alleged that she may leave the party after her removal from the post of the MSF national vice president. She responded to the allegations through a Facebook post.

‘I joined Muslim League as I have faith in the doctrines of the party. I did not enter politics for any position or recognition. I have not decided to quit the party on grounds of the present situation. All other news in this regard is fake and with wicked motives,” Thahiliya posted on Facebook.

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