AIUDF Ajmal: Cong will get no seat in 2024; if it not ally with us

For praising BJP minister AIUDF sends notice to party MLA

Dhubri (Assam): AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal on Wednesday claimed that the delimitation of constituencies in Assam would be in his party’s favour, asserting that if the Congress does not ally with him. So he will lose all the Lok Sabha seats in the state.

The AIUDF chief, who is also the MP from Dhubri, asserted that his party would win the Barpeta and Karimganj Lok Sabha seats from the Congress and the BJP respectively in the 2024 elections.
If they (Congress) do not ally with us, how many seats can they retain? Can they save Kaliabor and Nagaon? They will end up with zero seats,” Ajmal told reporters at a meeting in Dhubri.

Assam currently has 14 Lok Sabha constituencies which may witness a change due to delimitation. The AIUDF has one seat, the Congress has three in Kaliabor, Nagaon and Barpeta, while the remaining nine seats are held by the BJP, which also has an independent MP.
Without elaborating further, he said the delimitation of constituencies in Assam, which is underway, would favor the AIUDF.

The delimitation process began on January 1 and is expected to be completed before the Lok Sabha elections next year.

Ajmal asserted that after the reconstitution of seats after the delimitation process, AIUDF will win Kaliabor and Barpeta, besides Dhubri with 25-30% more votes. .
The AIUDF and the Congress had formed an electoral alliance ahead of the 2021 assembly elections, but have since parted ways, with both parties accusing each other of being “hand in hand with the BJP”.

Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had recently said that it was not an easy decision for the party to form an alliance with the AIUDF, but it was taken with the belief that “Ajmal will be a reliable partner who will help the secular forces in the state.” will strengthen the country”.
“After the election results, however, it became clear that Ajmal was in collusion with Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to defame and defame Congress leaders. He is not part of the UPA and we have nothing to do with him. No,” he added.

Ajmal, on the other hand, accused Assam Pradesh Congress Committee President Bhupen Bora of “acting on the instructions of the Chief Minister”.

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