1. AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal vows to open 700 new madrassas post-2024 Lok Sabha win.
2. Ajmal criticizes Congress leader Pradyut Bordoloi, accusing him of falsehood during a rally.
3. His remarks intensify political tensions, particularly with Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Guwahati, April 21: Badruddin Ajmal, the chief of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), issued a challenge to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on April 20, declaring his intent to establish 700 new madrassas upon winning the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.

Addressing a rally in Nagaon, Ajmal boldly proclaimed his plan, stating, “After the Lok Sabha elections, along with AIUDF MPs from Karimganj and Nagaon in Assam, we will open 700 new madrassas… Himanta Biswa Sarma listen… write in your diary, Badruddin Ajmal is coming to the parliament… 700 madrassas we three brothers will open.”

During the same rally, while supporting the AIUDF candidate from Nagaon, Aminul Islam, Ajmal criticized Congress leader Pradyut Bordoloi, labeling him as a liar.

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Ajmal pointed out that despite Bordoloi’s claims of providing jobs, none of the Muslim attendees at his rally had accepted employment offers. He questioned Bordoloi’s efforts towards the Muslim community over the past five years.

“Even Modi or Himanta Biswa Sarma is unable to give jobs, and you (Pradyut Bordoloi) have given jobs, but none of the Muslims has agreed to get a job in any of my rallies and asked him what he has done for Muslims for the last 5 years,” Ajmal asserted.