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Uniform Civil Code not suitable for multi-religious country like India: AIMPLB

Nov 22, 2021

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Sunday said the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is neither appropriate nor helpful for a huge multi-strict nation like India.

The Muslim board said the UCC was contradictory to the crucial right to rehearse religion as cherished in the Constitution.

“India is a multi-confidence country, and each resident is ensured to rehearse and claim his confidence and strict convictions, and to follow up on and lecture something very similar.

Uniform Civil Code is neither appropriate nor helpful for such a huge multi-strict nation like India. Any endeavor toward this path is dissonant with the principal freedoms revered in our Constitution,” the AIMPLB said in a goal passed on the second and last day of its 27th public meeting.

The public authority ought not endeavor to force the Uniform Civil Code straightforwardly or in a roundabout way, to some extent or completely, the board said in an assertion, adding doing as such would be absolutely inadmissible.

The AIMPLB additionally attempted to draw the public authority’s consideration towards affront of Prophet Muhammad by some devilish people”, and deplored that the public authority neglected to make any stride, which might actually go about as a deterrent.”This disposition of the shared powers is absolutely unsatisfactory. This adds up to causing disagreement in the nation and opposes the interests of patriotism and nationalism, it said.

It added that any affront to Prophet Muhammad will undoubtedly of Muslims world over and spoil the appearance of the country.

It requested discipline to the people who showed lack of regard to the sacred figures from the public authority, and furthermore an enactment to handle the issue.

The board likewise asked the public authority and legal executive to cease from deciphering heavenly sacred texts, saying simply strict specialists were qualified to do that.This adds up to infringement upon the strict privileges of the residents, it said.

The board additionally said some Muslim ministers were involved in bogus instances of constrained changes in any event, when the proselytes never submitted any question to police about being constrained.

The board communicated its anxiety over violations against ladies in the nation, and saying endowment passings are on the ascent encouraged the public authority to outline laws for wellbeing and security of the ladies.

It said it is the obligation of the state to secure minorities and named as “unfortunate” the harm done to sanctuaries in Bangladesh.It called the oppression of Muslims in Tripura “despicable”.

In the public meeting held here right off the bat (Saturday) Maulana Rabe Hasan Nadwi was reappointed as the director of the board.

The post of general secretary, which became empty after the death of Maulana Wali Rahmani, has been filled by Maulana Khalid Saifullah.

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