AIMPLB urges govt not to impose Uniform Civil Code directly or indirectly

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The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has sought a new legislation against blasphemy and has expressed concerns over “increasing instances of insult to holy figures”. Maulana Saifullah Rahmani, General Secretary of the AIMPLB, said the board, at a meeting in Kanpur, suggested that the law should cover all religions in the country to protect revered figures, religions and religious beliefs from malicious attempts.

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