AIUDF Cheif Ajmal Stokes Controversy With Comments On Hindus, Assam CM

Badruddin Ajmal openly challenged Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to engage in ‘love jihad’.
AIUDF chief in Assam, Badruddin Ajmal
AIUDF chief in Assam, Badruddin Ajmal

All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal again grabbed headlines on Friday with his comments on Hindu community wherein he said that Hindus like to have illicit relationships till the age of 40.

Ajmal said, “Hindu men like to have illicit relationships with many women till the age of 40, after which they look to marry and settle down finding no other options.”

The controversial figure opined that at that age, after marriage, Hindus cannot conceive healthy children.

The AIUDF chief further said, “That is the reason why Muslims get married at tender ages of 18, 20 or 22.”

Stoking up further controversy, Badruddin Ajmal openly challenged Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to engage in ‘love jihad’. He said, “The CM should elope with two or three Muslim girls.”

He said, “Inform us where they are kept and we will reach there with sweets. If needed, he should engage in love jihad by taking home young Muslim girls.”

“We will see if he is capable of doing that or not,” added Ajmal.

Meanwhile, his strange and controversial comments have drawn reactions from around the country.

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It may be noted that Badruddin Ajmal has been again elected as the President of AIUDF earlier in November.

Ajmal was unanimously re-elected as the president during the party's central executive meeting in Guwahati in the presence of party leaders from different districts and sister organisations.

While talking to ANI after being elected as the President of AIUDF, Ajmal said, "AIUDF is ready to join the all-India level opposition alliance to fight against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). We have welcomed the all-India grand alliance being formed by Nitish Kumar. We want it to succeed in Assam too. They'll come here in a month. We expect Mamata Banerjee and Congress to join it by then. This has been formed to bid adieu to BJP at the Centre."

He also attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP government regarding the Hijab issue and Uniform Civil Code (UCC).

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