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Muslim panel to protest July 24 against Waqf bill, RTE

Wednesday July 06, 2011 07:01:08 PM, Agencies

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Lucknow: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has decided to hold a protest meeting on July 24 at Mumtaz PG College here in Lucknow against various clauses of Right to Education, Waqf Amendment Bill 2011 and Direct Taxes Code Bill.


A meeting in this regard was held at Islamia College in Lucknow on July 04 where strategy for the protest meeting was discussed.

 

"Some clauses of the RTE Act are harmful for the Muslim institutions. Hence, we demand that the Madaris and minority institutions are exempted from the RTE Act," said AIMPLB's Executive Committee (EC) member, Zafaryab Jilani.

On Waqf Bill, the AIMPLB stated that its various provisions are incomplete and will lead to further damage to Waqf properties.

About the proposed Waqf Development Agency, the board said that it could prove damaging for the Waqf properties and sharing of the income generated from the Waqf would hamper the interests of the community.

 

Earlier, the AIMPLB in its executive meeting held in Delhi June 19 has voiced its concern over the Waqf amendments. However, the UPA government did not entertain the representation of the board after which board has decided to mobilise support by staging nationwide protest in phases.


 




 


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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