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Bhopal News – ‘AIMPLB neither supports nor criticises SC on triple talaq decision’

Staff Reporter | Updated on: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 03:41 AM IST

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BHOPAL : Ahead of All India Muslims Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) executive body meeting to be held on Sunday, general secretary of the board, Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani said that it neither supports nor criticises the Supreme Court decision on triple talaq.

The meeting, to be held at Indira Priadarshani College campus, Bhopal will discuss major issues related to the community like triple talaq and Babri Masjid.

AIMPLB general secretary Maulana Mohammad Wali Rahmani, who was in the state capital to attend the board executive body meet, said, “The board neither supports SC nor criticise it for such kind of order. In fact, board executive body meeting is being held to discuss the status of triple talaq and impact after the SC decision.”

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When asked whether the board wants to protect Shariat or its implementation, AlMPLB general secretary said, “The board never says that Muslims should go with triple talaq. All the issues will be discussed in executive body meeting of the board.”

Galaxy of luminaries in addition of executive body members is likely to address the meeting, with many started pouring into the city to attend the meeting.

Notably, recently, Supreme Court had banned the triple talaq system, instructing central government to make law in that regard. The decision had generated much heat at political as well as at community level.

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Some section in Muslims had called it interference in Muslim families while other section had welcomed it. Specially, Muslim women had welcomed it. Sensing the gravity and sensitivity, Muslims Law Board had convened executive body meet.

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Published on: Sunday, September 10, 2017, 12:44 AM IST