AIMPLB expresses displeasure at SC's verdict over Triple Talaq

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Nineteen days after the Supreme Court set aside the practice of Triple Talaq by a 3-2 verdict, a marathon meeting of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) executive committee here Sunday failed to decide its course of action following the verdict. "There should be no interference in Muslim personal law", the women members said. The committee will also look into the Supreme Court's verdict on the triple Talaq. At the marathon meeting, according to Indian Express, the executive committee chose to establish a panel to examine the ruling to find any inconsistencies with the Shariah.

The Supreme Court on 22 Aug had declared the practice of triple talaq among the Muslims as illegal and unconstitutional, marking the beginning of women empowerment in India and giving equal rights to Muslim women as well. "This stand of the present government is contrary to the protection guaranteed by the Constitution of India", Kamal said. "It has also resolved to take steps to ensure help to divorced women and shall urge the government to grant financial assistance to Wakf Boards for this objective", said Faruqui. The toll free number is 1800-1028-426 over which any woman can register her complaint regarding the issue or can ask any query if any. We make (a) categorical statement that the Community can not and shall not tolerate such attack on personal law of Muslim community. We are not emphasizing it, but we did win a major victory when the SC upheld personal laws; we are not talking because we do not want it to be politicized again.

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The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on 10 September 2017 made a decision to constitute a committee comprising experts that would look into the method and process for undertaking large scale community reform program within the Islamic Sharia (Islamic law). Although they agreed to abide by the rules laid down by the court decisively, they maintained that " the process has to be judicial without bringing politics into it.

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