The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has taken a firm stand against the proposed Uniform Civil Code (UCC). In a significant meeting held in Lucknow on Wednesday, the board declared its opposition to the UCC, sparking intense discussions on the topic.
Deliberations and Announcement
The meeting, which lasted for approximately three hours, saw extensive deliberations on the matter. Following the discussions, Maulana Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali, a prominent member of the board, made a public announcement urging people to unite against the proposed law.
According to Mahali, the Personal Law Board is founded on Shariah principles, and as such, any modifications to it would be unacceptable to the Muslim community.
The AIMPLB intends to issue a press release containing detailed information about the draft that will be submitted to the Law Commission. Additionally, they plan to share a link that allows individuals to express their dissent against the UCC.
The opposition from the All India Muslim Personal Law Board adds weight to the ongoing debate surrounding the Uniform Civil Code proposal. As the situation develops, more updates are expected to emerge.
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