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Mushawerat president Zafarul Islam Khan calls to revise Muslim Personal Law
Monday January 20, 2014 7:47 PM, News Network

Stating that the current form has several lacunae, President of All India Majlise Mushawarat (AIMM) Zafarul Islam Khan on Sunday demanded that the Muslim Personal Law in the country be revised in accordance with the Islamic Shariat.

He made the statement while inaugurating a Milli conference on the second day of the convocation of the Al Jamia Al Islamiya at Santhapuram, near Perinthalmanna, on Sunday, according to the Hindu.

He also called upon the Muslim community to respect the Shariat laws, and stand for their implementation, the Hindu said.

Jamaat-e-Islami Shura member V.K. Ali presided over the session that discussed 'Muslim Personal Law revision and Muslim organisations.'

Jamaat assistant Amir Shaikh Mohammed Karakkunnu also said the Muslim Personal Laws should be revised by unifying the Madhabs.

Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen official M.I. Mohammedali said the implementation of the uniform civil code would lead to a lot of problems. He said that it would be impractical in a pluralistic Indian society.

Jamaat-e-Islami State secretary K.K. Suhara said it was time that Muslim organisations stopped their rivalry and unified for their common cause.

T.K. Ibrahim, professor from the Toronto Islamic Centre, addressed the alumni of Al Jamia on Sunday.

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