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“If I Wish To Marry Again, Will Not Go To Ask CM”: AIDUF Chief Hits Back At Cong Rival’s Remark – News18


Curated By: Aditi Ray Chowdhury

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Guwahati [Gauhati], India

AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal. (Image: @ANI/X)

The AIUDF chief also responded to Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s comment against him, where Sarma had asked the AIUDF chief to get married before the polls

All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal landed into a controversy after his latest remarks on Congress leader Rakibul Hussain, who is his contender in the Lok Sabha elections from Assam’s Dhubri.

In a conversation with news agency ANI, Ajmal said, “He has no power and gave birth to only one child and I have seven children and few of them are now young, 40 years old. If I wish to marry again, I will not go to ask the Chief Minister.”

The AIUDF chief also responded to Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s comment against him, where Sarma had asked the AIUDF chief to get married before the polls.

While addressing an election meeting in Udalguri on Saturday, the Assam CM had taken a dig at AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal, asking him to get married before the Lok Sabha elections as after the implementaton of Uniform Civil Code (UCC), the practice of polygamy would become illegal.

He said, “After the elections, the UCC will come into force and he will be jailed if he marries again as multiple marriages for all will be declared illegal.”

Meanwhile, the Congress candidate for Dhubri constituency, Rakibul Hussain, had referred Badruddin Ajmal as an ‘Old Tiger’ and responding to his comments, Ajmal had said, “I am not so old. I can marry again.”

The AIUDF chief also attacked Sarma on the issue of rhino killings in the state. He said, as quoted by Hindustan Times, “The Assam CM is saying that if Badruddin wins, then Moulabadi will increase and if Rakibul wins, then I will be happy. I am also raising the Rhino killing issue, and I would like to demand the Chief Minister initiate a probe through vigilance to find out the facts, such as how many Rhinos were killed, when it happened, who was involved in it, who was involved in trade, and all the facts will come out.”

As per the announcement made by Election Commission, Assam will vote on April 19, April 26 and May 7 in the Lok Sabha elections. The counting of votes will take place on June 4.



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