Over ‘Seleng Sador’ issue, AIUDF chief entry banned in 7 districts

Over 'Seleng Sador' issue, AIUDF chief entry banned in 7 districts

All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal has been banned from entering seven districts of Assam for allegedly desecrating his ‘Seleng Sador’, a traditional Vaishnavite scarf, reports said on Sunday. It has been said.
Notably, Ajmal was embroiled in a major controversy on November 14 after he allegedly disrespected the venerable ‘Seleng Sador’ during a party rally at the Laharighat block playground in Nagaon district.
The action drew widespread condemnation and fueled debate about cultural sensitivity.

Reports have claimed that the Upper Assam Muslim Kalyan Parishad, a social organisation, issued a stern warning to Ajmal and imposed a ban on his entry in seven districts until he tenders an apology for his actions. Ajmal has been banned entry into Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Golaghat, and Shivsagar districts, sources said.

According to the organization, Ajmal has disrespected the whole Assamese community through his act.

Earlier, the Morigaon district committee of Asom Sattra Mahasabha (ASM) also lodged an FIR against the AIUDF Chief.

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