IndiaLaw to punish blasphemers: Muslim Law Board urges federal government

Law to punish blasphemers: Muslim Law Board urges federal government

New Delhi

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLP) is considered to be the main body of Muslims nationally. The two-day meeting of its executive committee ended yesterday in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

11 resolutions were passed at the meeting. It is important to note, “Those who despise holy men like the Prophet Muhammad The law to punish To be composed. Do not bring in public civil law. ”

Waseem Rizvi, one of the Shia Muslim leaders, recently published a book in Hindi called ‘Muhammad’. In it the Prophet Muhammad was insulted in many ways. Similarly, the law urges the federal government to prevent this as many Muslims continue to be persecuted.

In addition, another resolution stated that “the state and the judiciary should refrain from commenting on the scriptures of religions. Only their religious leaders are qualified to do so.”

Bringing in a common civil law for all religions is one of the policy hands of the BJP. The Allahabad High Court in Uttar Pradesh, which heard a case against an Islamist last week, on bringing in a common civil law to avoid such issues. Central government Said to be consulted. Thus the fear of public civil law has been opposed in an environment where it has arisen among Muslims.

Speaking to ‘Hindu Tamil’ daily, the spokesperson of the Muslim Personal Law Board, Kasil Rasool Ilyas said, “General civil law does not apply to Indian communities of different faiths. Because, in our country everyone has the right to follow life based on their religion. Therefore, the enactment of a common civil law would be contrary to the secular constitution. ”

The attacks on minorities in Tripura and the attack on Hindu temples in Bangladesh are also regrettable. The government must take drastic action to prevent gang-rape. We need to stop the spread of religiosity on social websites. Nikah marriages should not be in vain and dowry. Muslims should follow the Shariah system in marriages. A number of resolutions were passed at the Board meeting stating that the right to sell Waqf Board assets does not belong to the public or private sector.