“The BJP is ignoring shortcomings in the bill which will make the issue of divorce more complex. We condemn the BJP in the strongest of words over its stance in this regard,” AIMPLB said
The controversial Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill was adopted in Parliament days ago.
The campaign will also involve organising meetings of Muslim men and women across the country, after which resolutions will be passed and copies sent to the President, Prime Minister, judges, law commission and women’s commission to assert the community’s right to follow its personal laws.
In case of a relationship breaking down irreconcilably, it reiterates three methods of divorce it sees as Islamic and adviseable.
In affidavit to Supreme Court, AIMPLB issued new guidelines for couples
On the day the picture was taken, the Old Men of the AIMPLB were pontificating on the ‘virtues’ of Triple Talaq.
The All Indian Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) had slammed the questionnaire, saying it was uncalled for.
Petitioner advocate Farha Faiz said that direction should be passed to restrain media trial.
Social and financial problems can multiply for women, when waiting for the judiciary to dispose of their case, said the AIMPLB executive member
Maulana Khali Rasheed Farangi Mahali’s statement comes in the backdrop of raging debate over relevance of triple talaq and woman’s rights in Islami Sharia law.
Plans to issue an advisory to take corrective action.
On June 15, Rehmani had written a letter to Imams and the heads of Muslim outfits urging them to unite against the agenda of the Modi government.
95 per cent surveyed unaware of Muslim Personal Law Board.
He said nearly 1,500 clerics of different sects from across the country will attend the conference.
The last time a committee was tasked with protecting the constitutional rights of Muslims was in 2010.