BJP fearing Grand Alliance: Ajmal said viral video-‘Doctored’

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Two FIRs have been lodged registered with Slichar Police against Ajmal and his supporters for their alleged anti-national activities
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GUWAHATI: Hours after reacting to the controversy of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) supporters seen sloganeering as ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ in a viral video, the president Badaruddin Ajmal alleged BJP of circulating ‘fake’ videos.

He said that if anyone of his supporters would have shouted ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ then Assam Police and CISF personnel present at the Silchar airport premise during the event would have taken action for sure.

“There were media people also and no one heard such slogans. BJP and its minister Himanta Biswa Sarma are circulating the ‘doctored’ video only to malign our party image. Sarma has been trying to defame AIUDF because he is feared of the grand alliance. He is trying to communalise the issue,” Ajmal blamed.

Earlier, at least two FIRs have been lodged registered with Slichar Police against Ajmal and his supporters for their alleged anti-national activities.

While an FIR was lodged by BJP MP from Silchar Rajdeep Roy, the other one was lodged by Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Silchar unit. In both the FIRs, the complainants alleged that AIUDF workers had made slogans like ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ and sought immediate police action.

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