Assam: Maulana Ajmal Criticizes Makeup and Lipstick Wear Hijab To Students

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Assam: Maulana Ajmal Criticizes Makeup and Lipstick Wear Hijab To Students
AIUDF Chief Maulana Badruddin Ajmal Sparks Controversy with Comments on Students' Appearance
Kalgachia, Assam - 8 January, 24: In a surprising turn of events, Maulana Badruddin Ajmal, the chief of the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), expressed strong disapproval of Muslim students wearing makeup and lipstick during the inauguration of Ajmal Super 40 in Kalgachia on January 7.

Ajmal, visibly upset, took the opportunity to address the appearance of Muslim students, particularly criticizing the use of lipstick and makeup. He voiced his concerns, stating that an academic gathering like this should not be a platform for seeking potential brides. The AIUDF chief urged Muslim students, especially those in medical colleges, not to marry girls who do not wear hijab or engage in makeup.

"I am upset; the program is over," declared Ajmal in a moment of frustration. He emphasized the importance of respecting religious practices, encouraging students to wear hijab even if not wearing a burqa. Additionally, he advised against marrying those without a hijab, making a strong statement about cultural values.

During his speech, Ajmal humorously addressed male students, suggesting, "Heroes, you may select girls who have come with lipstick and makeup and marry them in one month." He reiterated that the event was an educational program, not a filmfare award ceremony, emphasizing the need for attendees to focus on their studies while maintaining cultural values.

Ajmal's comments did not end with fashion-related critiques. He delved into the realm of education, stressing the need for parents to educate their children. Ajmal questioned whether students were attending medical colleges to become doctors or engaging in other activities, adding a layer of controversy to his remarks.

This incident follows Ajmal's recent inflammatory statements, where he urged Muslims not to travel by train or buses from January 20 to January 25 during the Ayodhya Ram temple event. The AIUDF chief's comments have sparked debate and raised concerns about the intersection of cultural expectations, personal choices, and academic environments.