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Sania Mirza ignoring Azharuddin to help gain more votes

Sania Mirza ignoring Azharuddin, Congress, BRS, Elections

Sania Mirza with Prarthana Thombare

Former Tennis star Sania Mirza is still the wife of former Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, and she’s the sister of Anam Mirza. Anam Mirza is the daughter in-law of Mohammed Azharuddin, the legendary stylish former cricketer. So, Sania Mirza is in relation to Azharuddin since she is the sister of his daugher in-law.

Interesting to know more here. Azharuddin’s son Asad and Asad’s wife Anam (Azharuddin’s daughter in-law) also supporting Azharuddin much more and so the former cricketer gaining popularity. But not much.

No wonder, Sania Mirza ignoring Azharuddin, but also she reportedly not responding the latter’s call for how she can help him gain more votes or voters.

Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza was awarded and appreciated a lot by the Chief Minister of Telangana KCR. KCR also offered her big cash prize for encouragement to rise more and shine more. Experts believe, she’s so loyal to the ones, who did her favors including her husband from Pakistan. The loyalty of Sania Mirza coming in between BRS (formerly TRS) and Congress. The reason also very simple and digestible. She wants BRS to win rather than Congress.

Azharuddin is contesting as a congress leader from Jubilee Hills’ assembly segment. While he day by day gaining substantial popularity, delivering speeches along with few popular figures. But since he has few corruption cases. And it’s another fact to know that Sania Mirza ignoring Azharuddin misses out as a buoyant support even from the closest of relations.

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