Mohamed Ayub

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Dr Mohamed Ayub
President of Peace Party of India
Assumed office
Preceded by Postion Created
Personal details
Born Barhalganj in Gorakhpur, India
Nationality Indian
Political party Peace Party of India
Residence Lucknow, India

Dr Mohamed Ayub or Dr Ayub Hindi: डॉ. मोहम्मद अयूब is an Indian politician and president of Peace Party of India

Early life and career[edit]

Dr. Mohammad Ayub was born in Badhalganj, Teh.-Gola, Gorakhpur at 1955 to Aashiq Ali. He studied Master of Surgeory in 1985 from Banaras Hindu University Varanasi(M.S), F.A.I.S. & F.I.C.S. and he was a successful businessman in Medical field.[1]

Political career[edit]

Dr Ayub fighting his maiden election from Khalilabad (SANT KABIR NAGAR) assembly seat of Basti division in uttar pradesh state assembly election 2012. After the good performance of party's Lok Sabha 2009 candidate from Sant Kabir Nagar, Dr Ayub won Khalilabad assembly seat in 2012 by 5392 votes by his rival Mashoor Alam (Bahujan Samaj Party).[2]

Assassination bid on Dr Ayub[edit]

Dr. M Ayub, while returning from Delhi after the launch of Peace Party Delhi unit on 14 June was attacked by a Scorpio vehicle at 11 pm near Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh), which chased him for several kilometers. The vehicle was hitting repeatedly from back and from one side to the vehicle on the Saryu river bridge trying to push the vehicle deep down in the river from a height of almost 50 feet.


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