I was wondering what stance Chabad-Lubavitch holds regarding kitniyos. Do they follow the Ashkenazi minhag of not consuming kitniyos on Pesach, or do they follow the Sephardi minhag, which doesn't worry anything about it. Or maybe they have their own set of laws concerning it? Please enlighten me.
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The History, Rationale and Practice of Avoiding Kitniyos on Passover has an explicit statement
The Alter Rebbe, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, specifically forbids oils derived from kitniyos.
Thus this would imply that if even the derived oils are forbidden (which some may allow), then kal vachomer, the kitniyos themselves would be forbidden. That site goes into the details about kitniyos and the psakim from the past down to today.
From that posting. It would appear that Chabad follows the Ashkenazic minhag and forbids kitniyos.
@DoubleAA says that there are Sefardim who are Chabad and he has been to a Sefardi Chabad shul with a Chabad rabbi that maintained Chabad customs as well as Sfard.