The enchantment got here on the identical day the physique introduced that it was forming a authorized committee to look into the Gyanvapi case
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Wednesday appealed maulvis to ship sermons on mosques and the Gyanvapi case earlier than prayers on Fridays.
The enchantment was made by the physique’s General Secretary Khalid Saifullah Rahmani.
In a tweet, the AIMPLB requested maulvis to take action at the very least for the approaching three weeks.
The enchantment got here on the identical day the physique introduced that it was forming a authorized committee to look into the Gyanvapi case.
On Wednesday, the AIMPLB mentioned, “Muslims cannot tolerate desecration of Masajid.”
“Hate-mongering forces had been spreading false propaganda and focusing on Muslim holy locations with full drive, whereas on the opposite, the central authorities and the state governments, which have a duty to implement the Constitution and regulation, political events that decision themselves secular and simply are additionally silent on the difficulty. They should not coming to the fore in opposition to this false propaganda the best way they need to. Their place must be clarified,” the assertion added.
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“The board realises that the courts are also disappointing the minorities and the oppressed. Because of this, the sectarian forces that are taking the path of lawlessness are getting encouragement. The issue of Gyanvapi started in court three years ago. The stay order of the High Court was ignored. Repeatedly filing suits on Gyanvapi and then issuing such orders by the courts is extremely disappointing and disturbing,” the assertion additional mentioned.
The choice was taken throughout an internet emergency assembly of the physique on Tuesday after the Supreme Court’s order on the Gyanvapi mosque.
On Monday, the highest court docket directed the Varanasi District Magistrate to guard the spot the place the Shivling was allegedly discovered through the Gyanvapi mosque survey and that Muslims ought to be allowed to supply prayers.
“If there is a shivling, we say the district magistrate will ensure that the shivling is protected without affecting right of Muslims to offer prayer,” it mentioned.
The SC has adjourned its listening to until Thursday.
The Gyanvapi case
In 1991, a plea was filed in a court docket wherein the petitioners and native monks sought permission to worship within the Gyanvapi Mosque complicated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
The construction was constructed by Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in 1699. It is situated adjoining to the Kashi Vishwanath temple.
Over the years, a number of petitions have been filed claiming that the mosque was constructed by demolishing elements of the Kashi Vishwanath temple.
With inputs from companies
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