Hyderabad: All India Muslim personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Saturday formed a four-member disciplinary committee to ascertain what action should be taken as Salman Nadvi even as demand for his removal from the All India Muslim Personal Law board (AIMPLB) intensified.
Salman Hussain Nadvi, a member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), on Thursday embarrassed the board by proposing to shift the Babri Masjid away from its original site where it stood till December 06, 1992 when it was demolished by Hindu extremists in the presence of senior BJP, RSS , VHP and other Hindutva leaders.
Salman Nadvi’s controversial stand on the Ayidhya dispute came to light when he along with some other little known Muslim leaders met Art of Living (AOL) founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in Bengaluru on Thursday.
A statement released by the AOL said Nadvi and other Muslims also agreed to out of court solution of the decades old dispute.
Salman Nadvi met Sri Sri Ravi Shankar when he was supposed to be in Hyderabad where other members of the Muslim personal law board, along with its president Syed Rabey Hasani Nadvi, were present for its three day working committee meeting.
According to the board sources, the matter came for discussion on Friday as well as Saturday. Sources said members, including board’s president Syed Rabey, expressed strong condemnation of Salman Nadvi’s activities, distancing the board from whatever is reported in the media regarding the latter’s proposal about the Ayodhya dispute.
Sources said Salman Nadvi was present when the board members met on Saturday, and in front of them he reiterated his stand. This led to board members demanding in one voice Salman Nadvi’s immediate removal from the Muslim personal law board.
The board however constituted a four member committee which will submit its report on Sunday and a decision on Salman Nadvi’s removal may be announced on the same day.
Salman Hussaini Nadvi is not new to controversies. He was earlier in the news for his alleged letter that he reportedly sent to terrorist and ISIS Chief Abu Bakr Baghdadi, congratulating him and accepting him as "Caliph of Muslims".
About a month later in the same year he was again in the news, this time for his letter sent to Saudi government requesting it to prepare an Army of five lakh Indian Sunni Muslims to fight the Shia militias in Iraq.
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