Some Muslims appear angry with the crackdown of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma of the Indian state of Assam upon illegal madrassas (Islamic seminaries), as well as upon the child marriage rackets of some Muslim leaders. Reacting to the latest incidents in the state during a public meeting, a prominent Muslim leader, Badruddin Ajmal, boasted that Muslims would establish Islamic rule in India within 20 years. “After 20 years,” said Ajmal while addressing a public meeting held after his party meeting in the Dabaka area of the Nagaon district of Assam, “India will be governed by boys and girls belonging to the Muslim community.” Ajmal is the chief of the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF); since 2009, he also holds a seat in Lok Sabha, the parliament of India, from Dhubri.
Various sources have confirmed that the Islamic organization led by AIUDF and the All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) plan to set up numerous training and career education institutions for Muslim students that would produce large numbers of Muslim officers in the Indian Administrative Services (IAS), the India Police Services (IPS), and allied services in state cadres. These organizations would also support the education and training of engineers, doctors, advocates, and business entrepreneurs from their community that would help establish an Islamic regime in India in an institutionalized way.
Although Hindus dominate the primarily white-collar professions, they will be dependent on the Muslim population for the basic needs of life, and the presence of Sharia-compliant Muslims in the administrative ranks will further the revision of laws so that they favor Muslims.
The fact that there are institutions that support free training for Muslim students who are preparing for administrative services is well known. Young Muslims are opting for this route in order to get a share of administrative power. Some Muslim-owned corporations use funds from their welfare trusts to provide scholarships to Muslim students. From political leaders to business people, the Muslims have a roadmap to an Islamized India, and many of them are collectively following this path while the majority slumbers. Hence, when a Muslim leader such as Badruddin Ajmal asserts that he sees Islamic control of India in 20 years, the state machinery shouldn’t just laugh it off and dismiss it as wishful thinking.
It is said that the Islamic outfit also plans to capture and influence Indian social systems through love jihad (luring gullible Hindu women into relationships with Muslim men, forcing them to convert to Islam, and killing them or forcing them to commit suicide if they refuse), population jihad (giving birth to a large number of children per couple while people of other religions generally limit themselves to two), land jihad (capturing land nationwide and claiming it under the authority of the Waqf Board), and conversion as four tools to neutralize the control of Hindus in India.
The halal industry has successfully penetrated the Indian markets, and with a scarcity of choices, non-Muslims are made to consume halal products. Almost every eatery and restaurant serves dishes made with halal meat. The retailers selling raw meat take pride in declaring that they exclusively sell halal meat, even in Hindu-majority cities and towns. Markets are full of halal-certified spices and grocery items that are not even meat products. The market now has halal-certified make-up brands promoted by Hindu influencers. Most Hindus remain unfazed by all this and are shelling out money for their own destruction.
This is not the first time that Badruddin Ajmal has courted controversy for his outrageous comments. A few months ago, he said that Hindus “should follow Muslims and get their children married at an young age. Get the boys married at 20-22 and the girls at 18-20 and see how many children are born.” His comments attracted sharp criticism from BJP MLA Diganta Kalita. The leader of the Congress, Debabrata Saikia, filed a complaint against Ajmal, accusing the latter of targeting the Hindu community. Saikia also claimed that the AIUDF chief’s comments had triggered disharmony or enmity towards Hindus, especially Hindu women of India.
Apart from the above, Ajmal has incurred several charges of promoting enmity between different groups and doing things that are prejudicial to the maintenance of harmony. He is also accused of criminal intimidation, cheating, and other malicious acts that appear to have been intended to provoke outrage among those who oppose him.