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Ram Mandir’s inauguration is a strategic move by BJP for votes: AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal

AIUDF Chief Badruddin Ajmal, in a recent press conference, said that Ram Mandir’s inauguration is a strategic move by the BJP to consolidate the Hindu voters across the country.

Recently, AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal has been making controversial remarks about the Ram Mandir. Earlier, he said that Muslims should not travel by train from 20 January to 24 January. Now, he directly targeted the BJP ahead of the grand Pran Pratishtha ceremony in Ayodhya. 

While addressing the reporters, he said, “The inauguration of the Ram Mandir is a strategic move by BJP ahead of the elections. They want to consolidate the Hindu votes, and they are using Ram for it.” He uttered in Hindi, “Dekho are diwano, tum ye kam na karo, Ram ka nam badnam na karo.” He urged the BJP indirectly not to tarnish the name of Bhagwan Ram.

He also urged the Muslims to remain calm during the days after the Pran Pratishtha and advised them not to fall for any provocation.

Notably, AIUDF( All India United Democratic Front) is a hardcore Muslim political party based in Assam. He consistently criticised the Hindutva politics of the BJP. But, recently, he lost his party’s massive support among Muslim voters in Assam, which is shifted to the Congress, experts say. To get back his Muslim voter base, he is continuously attacking the Ram Mandir and the BJP, they say. 

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