|Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha|
|Assumed office |
16 May 2009
|Preceded by||Anwar Hussain|
|President of All India United Democratic Front|
|Assumed office |
2 October 2005
|Preceded by||Post Established|
|Member of Assam Legislative Assembly|
|Preceded by||Wazed Ali Choudhury|
|Succeeded by||Wazed Ali Choudhury|
|Preceded by||Khalilur Rahman Chowdhury|
|Succeeded by||Sirajuddin Ajmal|
|Born||12 February 1950|
Hojai, Assam, India
|Political party||All India United Democratic Front (2005 to present)|
|Spouse(s)||Rehana Badruddin Ajmal|
|Children||Abdur Rehman Ajmal (son)|
Abdur Rahim Ajmal (son)
|Relatives||Sirajuddin Ajmal (brother)|
Amiruddin Ajmal (brother)
Nazirul Haq Ajmal (brother)
Fakhruddin Ajmal (brother)
|Alma mater||Darul Uloom Deoband|
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Badruddin Ajmal (12 February 1950) is an Indian businessman, politician, philanthropist and Islamic theologian from the state of Assam. He is the state-president of Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind for Assam.
Ajmal was born into a Bengali Muslim family. He is the son of Haji Ajmal Ali, a rice farmer from Hojai in central Assam. In 1950, his father moved to Mumbai to try and succeed in the perfume industry using the oud plant. After the opening of the first store in the 1960s, the Ajmal perfume brand quickly grew to become a large brand in the Middle East.
The son of the founder of Ajmal Perfumes, he established the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) in 2005. He is also the president of the Assam State Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind. He holds master's degrees in Theology and Arabic from Darul Uloom Deoband university. He is a 3-time MP from Dhubri constituency. He has been regularly listed among The 500 Most Influential Muslims of the world.
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 at Hojai, Assam. He also established a hospital at Malua near Badarpur of Karimganj District. The hospital is named as Badarpur Hospital. In 2005, he established Ajmal Foundation, a non-governmental organization based in Assam, India and operates 25 educational institution across the state. He is the state-president of Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind for Assam.
He was the president of Hojai session reception committee of Assam Sahitya Sabha, 2004 and Darul Hadith, Jayanagar Madrassa. Assam Ajmal's political debut came in 2005 after the Supreme Court struck down the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act. Ajmal founded the Assam United Democratic Front, which was renamed the All-India United Democratic Front in 2013.
Before the 2006 Assam assembly elections, Ajmal was politically insignificant. During the 2006 elections however, his party managed to win 10 seats fighting the Congress. he was elected simultaneously from two constituencies – South Salmara and Jamunamukh – by a large margin of votes. In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, Ajmal won from Dhubri constituency.
In the 2011 Assembly polls, AIUDF won 18 seats and emerged as the largest opposition party in Assam.
In the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, Ajmal was re-elected from Dhubri and his party won 3 Lok Sabha seats. In the 2016 assembly elections, however, the BJP swept the polls and Ajmal himself lost the Salmara South constituency. His party was reduced to 13 seats.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Ajmal was the only candidate from his party to keep his seat, winning again from Dhubri. With 7 children, he has most children for any Member of Parliament in India. In 2020, Ajmal announced he and Congress would be in alliance for the 2021 polls.
Ajmal's statements have often courted controversy for polarizing Bengali Muslims. Following the 2012 Assam riots, Ajmal claimed the violence was between Bodos and Muslims. The remarks were criticised by an Assamese Muslim group, the Sadou Asom Gariya – Moria Desi (SAGMJ), along with the All Assam Students Union, for ignoring that Assamese Muslims were not involved at all.
On 22 January 2021, at a rally in Dhubri, Ajmal claimed the BJP had a list of 3500 mosques it would destroy if returned to power at the Centre and that “they will not let women go out wearing ‘burqa’, grow a beard, wear a skullcap or even offer azaan at mosques.” The BJP claimed he was making "communal statements" out of "nervousness" since BJP "will get majority share of Muslim votes" this election. Congress, with whom Ajmal is in alliance, as well as NDA party Asom Gana Parishad also condemned the remarks.