Kashmir Chief Cleric Accuses Centre Of interfering Into Religious Affairs Of Muslims


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Kashmir’s chief cleric Mufti Bashir-u-Din on Sunday said that the Government of India (GoI) of direct interference into the religious affairs of Muslims.
Din’s comments come a day after the Centre submitted an affidavit in the Supreme Court calling for an end to practices like “triple talaq”.

“Despite religious freedom guaranteed under the provisions of Indian constitution, Government of India is moving to court against triple talaq. It is direct religious interference,” Mufti Bashir-u-Din said in a statement to KNS.
He added that government has no authority to challenge or change the Sharia laws.
“The action of Government of India is highly condemnable. It can have serious consequences,” he added.

The centre has opposed to the Muslim practice of triple talaq, saying the practice is "misplaced in a secular country."   KNS 


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