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Muslim Central Committee organises huge meet against the uniform civil code

Muslim Central Committee organises huge meet against the uniform civil code


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Nov 23,2016: A mammoth convention by members of the Muslim community vehemently opposed the "intervention" of the Union Government in Shariat by proposing uniform civil code in the country, at Nehru Maidan on Nov 22, Tuesday evening.

Addressing the convention organised by Muslim Central Committee, Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts and various other Muslim organisations  B K Abdul Khader Musliyar Khasimi Bambrana dared the Centre to bring in the uniform civil code, which he said, would "create more trouble."  Musliyar, who also challenged the "authoritarian" attitude of the Centre in taking up the issue, that only clergymen had the right to discuss the subject.


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1


 Muslim Central Committee 1

 

 

Saying that India is a land of people belonging to different faiths, Musliyar said only Quran has advocated equal share in property for women from the community.  Moreover, there are different levels of talaq that eventually leads to triple talaq, he argued saying it’s not just what meets the eye.  Muhammad Kunhi, president of Jamaat-E-Islami, Mangaluru, termed the recent developments as emergence of fascism that is fast pervading the country.

 

"The situation is such that fascist- minded people are out to dictate terms on trivial issues apart from interfering in the administration, arts and literature in the country. The attempts to strengthen multicultural society is being construed as an offence," he said. Kunhi also called it as the nefarious intention of members of the Sangh Parivar, who are enforcing their political agenda.

Member of Karnataka Samastha Mushavara, Haji Abdul Azeem Darimi, who pooh-poohed the questionnaire of National Law Commission seeking the opinion on uniform civil code, also warned of launching "Parliament Chalo" on the issue. Darimi chose to remind the Centre that the community members had strongly opposed when the then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi had raked up an issue related to Muslim women. He said that even the constitution had ensured religious freedom. There was a huge rush of people after the meet around State Bank and Pandeshwar with mass diversion of traffic.


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Arman Alva, Udupi Wed, November-23-2016, 12:10
The connection between you people and Gandhi family is just Jaathi Preethi
Sonia D’souza, Kulshekhar Wed, November-23-2016, 12:05
There is no single woman who is present in the crowd , The one who surfers due to this policy are the woman. You men are dominating and not taking her concern at all which is not right.
Anitha Rmaesh, Mangaluru Wed, November-23-2016, 12:02
If you people are happy with the Triple talaq policy what have others to do with it ? There was no need of troubling the public by gathering at lager creating traffic woes.
Mamatha Umesh, Kulai Tue, November-22-2016, 11:59
What are the Muslims taking the side pf the Rajiv Gandhi family ? The fact is that his father was Firoz Khan who was adopted by Gandhi and surname changed to Gandhi.
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