AIMPLB seeks law against blasphemy, opposes Uniform Civil Code – Lucknow News
Maulana Saifullah Rahmani, General Secretary of the AIMPLB, mentioned the board, at a gathering in Kanpur, instructed that the law ought to cowl all religions within the nation to guard revered figures, religions and non secular beliefs from malicious makes an attempt.
The board additionally mentioned that the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) was neither appropriate nor helpful for an enormous multi-non secular nation like India, including that it was antithetical to the basic proper to observe faith as enshrined within the Constitution.
“India is a multi-faith country, and every citizen is guaranteed to practice and profess his faith and religious beliefs, and to act on and preach the same,” the AIMPLB mentioned in an announcement.
The board has additionally requested the federal government and judiciary to chorus from deciphering holy scriptures, saying solely non secular authorities had been eligible to try this.
“This amounts to encroachment upon the religious rights of the citizens,” it mentioned.
Meanwhile, senior clerics together with Maulana Khalid Rashid Firangi Mahali, Maulana Jalaluddin Umri and Maulana Fazlur Rahman mentioned that stern motion must be initiated against the Hindu Mahasabha for “fomenting communal trouble in Mathura and Varanasi” and demanded that safety of the Shahi Eidgah in Mathura and the Gyanvapi Masjid in Varanasi, respectively, must be additional beefed up.
The Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha had lately introduced its plans to put in an idol of Bal Gopal (youngster Krishna) at a web site inside the Eidgah, adjoining the Sri Krishna Janmabhoomi in Mathura on December 6.
Asked concerning the arrests made with regard to pressured conversions, Maulana Saifullah Rahmani mentioned it was forbidden in Islam.
“But the Constitution allows people to propagate the good side of religion and its teachings,” he mentioned.
The board has demanded that the federal government ought to act robust on lynching, which should cease and in addition suggested the group members to keep away from interfaith marriages.