SC has no right to intervene in personal law, says AIMPLB
Lucknow: The All Indian Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Monday said that Supreme Court had no right to intervene in ‘triple talaq’ and other personal laws.
The reaction of AIMPLB came in the wake of SC order for a legal probe taking a suo moto cognizance in the matter of triple ‘talaq’.
What Jafaryab Jeelani said?
Spokesperson of the AIMPLB Jafaryab Jeelani told newztrack.com that Apex court did not have right to intervene in the personal laws which are based on holy Quran and shariat.
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What else did he say?
- A meeting of AIMPLB is scheduled on April 16.
- The issue of suo moto cognizance taken by Apex court will be discussed in the meeting.
- This law is based on Shariat without the sanction of the legislature.
- The board will keep its points before the Supreme Court.
What Board says?
- The board does not require a uniform civil code.
- Muslim law was established on the basis on Holy Quran and ‘hadith’ of Prophet Mohammad.