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AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal advices Muslims to avoid travel during Ram Temple Consecration

Badruddin Ajmal, the leader of the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), advised Muslims to avoid travel from January 20 to 25, when the Ram Temple is being dedicated.

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Badruddin Ajmal, the leader of the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), advised Muslims to avoid travel from January 20 to 25, when the Ram Temple is being dedicated.

Speaking at the foundation stone laying ceremony of a Madrasa in Baghbor, Assam, Ajmal made the disputed claim that the Muslim community should avoid the programme by not travelling by train, bus, car, or any other means between January 20 and 25, when Lord Ram’s idol will be placed in the Garba griha, as the BJP is the Muslim community’s biggest enemy.

The head of AIUDF continued, saying that Muslims went through a great deal of suffering in our nation for a very long time. 

Ajmal also poked fun at Congress during the event, claiming that it was this grand old party that initiated the NRC and D-voter system. Ajmal stated at the occasion that “Muslims usually forget about the lollipops provided by Congress after voting for them.”

Moreover, the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), which is rooted in minority areas, claimed that the results of the forthcoming general elections in Assam will not be affected by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s outreach effort.

Since, Rahul Gandhi belongs to the Nehru family, when he visits, people assemble to see him as a hero, but this will not result in votes for the Congress, stated AIUDF president Maulana Badruddin Ajmal on Friday, January 5, in the Barpeta district of western Assam.

In western Assam, Mr. Ajmal represents the predominantly Muslim Dhubri Lok Sabha constituency. Dhubri is next to the Barpeta Lok Sabha seat, which is also held by Muslims.

At least four of the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Assam are decided by Muslim voters, who the Congress and the AIUDF are thought to be vying for their support.

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