Not. In normal speed of speech it is difficult to pronounce clearly the similarly sounding consonants like the "l" and "j" if thy are closely beside each other. So, first consonant assimilates and the two consonants are pronunced like "jj" instead of "lj". It is very common in spoken Hu language. But never mind, your Hu friends will understand you without using this role, although the pronunciation will be a bit strange for them.