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Assam: Badruddin Ajmal Re- Elected as AIUDF President

Badruddin Ajmal has been re elected as the President of All India United Democratic Front (AIDUF) in Guwahati, Assam on 4th November

Assam: Badruddin Ajmal Re- Elected as AIUDF President

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  5 Nov 2022 8:38 AM GMT

GUWAHATI : Badruddin Ajmal, has once again been appointed as the President of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) at the party's general meeting on 4 November, 2022.

Badruddin is an Indian businessman and politician who established the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF). He has been listed among 'The 500 Most Influential Muslims' of the world. After being elected as the President of AIUDF, Ajmal said that AIUDF is all ready to fight on the all-India level against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He further says that he is waiting to greet the all-India grand alliance led by Nitish Kumar, who will visit Assam in the coming month. Ajmal also expects Mamata Banerjee and the Congress to join him in defeating the BJP at the Centre level.

Recently we could see the Hijab issue and Uniform Civil Code (UCC) led by the BJP government of Karnataka, where students wearing Hijab were not allowed to attend the class. The issue got ignited when some students started protesting against the thought.

Ajmal highlighted that, everyone in India has their own culture and belief system and that no one has the right to snatch it from them. He directly attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the entire BJP government in regards to the Hijab issue and the UCC after getting re elected as the President of AIUDF. He also said the the Miya Museum issue is nothing but a political affair.

The Miya Parishad recently inaugurated a 'Miya' museum for the Muslims in Goalpara district of Assam. The Assamese Muslim indigenous community felt as if this is going to harm their identity. The museum had traditional agricultural tools, fishing tools and lungis.

CM Himanta Biswa Sarma also is far from understanding the exact purpose of this private Miya Museum. He said in an interview that apart from the 'lungi' nothing belongs to the Miya community and that he shall look onto this matter thoroughly.

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