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Daijiworld News Network – Mangalore (SS)

Mangalore, Feb 16: The Supreme Court’s directive to the Centre and State governments to amend rules and procedures within three months for making registration of marriages compulsory, has been opposed by the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML). 

According to a press release by C Ahmed Jamal, state secretary, IUML and Sayyed Ahmed Basha, district president, Muslims have certain rules and restrictions especially in family matters and the Sheriyat does not allow Muslims to deviate from these rules.

Alleging that the ruling was an interference in the religion and a way to introduce common civil code, the release urged the government not stay away from interfering in religious matters.

The Special Marriage Act 1954 as well as the registration of marriages will have serious implications on the Muslims, the release added.


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