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Triple talaq practice will be ended in less than two years, says Muslim law board VP

On the issue of beef consumption, he said in religious books eating beef is not advised and Muslims should not have it.

india Updated: Apr 12, 2017 13:41 IST
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Muslim women from Rabodi protest against the BJP government for abolishing the practice of triple talaq in Thane. The Muslim law board vice president said that the government must not interfere in the matter as the board would end it in less than two years.
Muslim women from Rabodi protest against the BJP government for abolishing the practice of triple talaq in Thane. The Muslim law board vice president said that the government must not interfere in the matter as the board would end it in less than two years.(PTI)

The vice president of AIMPLB (All India Muslim Personal Law Board) has said that the board will end the practice of triple talaq itself in one-and-a-half years so the government should not interfere in the matter.

Kalbe Sadiq also advised Muslims against eating beef. He was speaking to reporters at the residence of the District Civil Bar Association president.

The Shia scholar said the triple talaq system was unfair to women but it was a personal affair for the community and they would solve it themselves within one to one-and-a-half years. He said the government should not interfere in it.

On the issue of beef consumption, he said in religious books eating beef is not advised and Muslims should not have it.

Sadiq said if the government enacts laws banning cow slaughter and beef eating in the country, the Muslims would welcome it. He condemned the unlawful activities of cow vigilantes and demanded that it be stopped.

On the Ram temple issue, he said the dispute should end now and the Hindus and the Muslims should yield some ground to each other so that a compromise could be reached.

He said Muslims should not insist on making a mosque at the site where the temple would be built.

Sadiq said Muslim leaders were responsible for the poor state of the community.

He said Kashmiri youths should open their eyes and understand the nefarious designs of Pakistan. He said India should be united for it to become a prosperous country.