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Badruddin Ajmal[1] (born 12 February 1950) is a member of the Indian Parliament[2] from Dhubri
Dhubri
Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
constituency, born in the Indian state of Assam.[3] He established the Assam
Assam
United Democratic Front (AUDF), now the All India
India
United Democratic Front (AIUDF)[4] and consolidated its position in Indian politics especially in Assam. He is also the president of the Assam
Assam
State Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind.[5] Ajmal was featured in the 2015-16 list of World's 500 Most Influential Muslims published by Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre of Jordan.[6]

Contents

1 Social activities 2 Political activities 3 Literary activities 4 References 5 External links

Social activities[edit] A Fazil-e- Deoband
Deoband
(Equivalent to master's degree in Islamic Theology and Arabic) from Darul Uloom Deoband, Moulana Badruddin Ajmal
Badruddin Ajmal
is an industrialist, a businessman and a social worker.[7] He is the Managing Trustee of Haji Abdul Majid Memorial (HAMM) Public Trust, Hojai. This trust is best known for the charitable hospital, Haji Abdul Majid Memorial Hospital and Research Center[8] at Hojai, Assam. Political activities[edit] In 2006 election for Assam
Assam
Legislative Assembly, he was elected simultaneously from two constituencies — South Salmara and Jamunamukh — by a large margin of votes, and was also elected as the leader of the AUDF Legislative Party which altogether won 10 seats in its maiden electoral fight.[9] In 2011 election for Assam
Assam
Legislative Assembly, AIUDF won 18 seats and emerged as the largest opposition party in Assam.[10] An Assamese Muslim group, the Sadou Asom Gariya – Moria Desi (SAGMJ), along with the All Assam
Assam
Students Union, blamed Ajmal for inflammatory comments following Assam
Assam
violence in 2012.[11] Literary activities[edit] Ajmal was the president of Hojai
Hojai
session reception committee of Assam Sahitya Sabha, 2004 and Darul Hadith, Jayanagar Madrassa, Assam.[7] References[edit]

^ AIUDF President ^ 15th Lok sabha members, Assam, India ^ "Himanta Biswa Sarma: In this Assam
Assam
election, Bangladeshi immigrants want their own CM too".  ^ http://www.aiudf.org AIUDF Official Website ^ TNN (5 October 2013). "Ajmal re-elected Assam
Assam
Jamiat chief". The Times of India. Retrieved 6 September 2015.  ^ "22 Indians among world's influential Muslims - The Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2015-10-25.  ^ a b Bioprofile of 15th Lok Sabha
Lok Sabha
members, India ^ Ajmal Foundation ^ AUDF may join UPA, The Hindu ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 18 May 2014. Retrieved 2014-05-19.  ^ " Assam
Assam
Muslims blame perfume baron for unrest". Hindustan Times. 17 August 2012. Archived from the original on 19 August 2012. 

External links[edit]

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Badruddin Ajmal
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Party political offices

Preceded by Badruddin Ajmal Leader of the All India
India
United Democratic Front Party in the 16th Lok Sabha 2014–present Incumbent

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Members of the 16th Lok Sabha
16th Lok Sabha
from Northeast states

GE 2014

Arunachal Pradesh

Kiren Rijiju Ninong Ering

Assam

Biren Singh Engti Sirajuddin Ajmal Badruddin Ajmal Rameswar Teli Bijoya Chakravarty Kamakhya Prasad Tasa Gaurav Gogoi

Radheshyam Biswas Naba Kumar Sarania Sarbananda Sonowal Ramen Deka Rajen Gohain Sushmita Dev Ram Prasad Sarmah

Manipur

Thokchom Meinya Thangso Baite

Meghalaya

Vincent Pala P. A. Sangma

Mizoram

C. L. Ruala

Nagaland

Neiphiu Rio

Sikkim

Prem Das Rai

Tripura

Jitendra Choudhury Sankar Prasad Datta

Bye-elections 2016

Meghalaya

Conrad Sangma

Pre-bye poll: P. A. Sangma - death

Assam

Pradan Baruah

Pre-bye poll: Sarbananda Sonowal
Sarbananda Sonowal
- resigned

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16th Lok Sabha
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