इंडियन आवाज़     25 Jun 2018 03:00:15      انڈین آواز

With 4.8 crore signatures Muslim Board appeals Law Commission not to interfere in Shariah

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Andalib Akhter / New Delhi

A High level delegation of Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) led by the General Secretary Maulana Wali Rahmani today met the Chairman, Law Commission of India, Justice Balbir Singh Chauhan and handed over him the scanned copies of crores of signatures favouring Shariah Laws and rejection of the proposed implementation of the Uniform Civil Code in the country.

In a memorandum All India Muslim Personal Law Board also made it clear that the Muslims do not want any kind of change in the Shariah Laws like Nikaah, Halala, Talaq etc. and they want to stick to the Shariah laws in any case.

“The Constitution of India gives Freedom of Religion so we want the Government not to interfere in any Shariah or religious matter” it said.

A total of 48,347,596 of Signatures were received from approximately all the states of the country, which includes 27,356,934 of Female Signatures & 20,990,662 of Male Signatures.

The delegation of All India Muslim Personal Law Board handed over the Hard Disk to the Chairman, Law Commission of India, which contains all the information of the Signatories.

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