Muslim law board to oppose any Anti-Shariat law!


In a shocking development, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) resolved on Friday evening to oppose any court verdict that goes against the tenets of the Islamic Shariat Law.

The brief just basically says that if the Indian laws don’t agree with Islamic laws, the Muslim board along with all its followers (which are a lot) will oppose them.

Untill and unless the laws are in sync with Shariat, they will not follow them. To this I say, What Arrogance! This nation is not Islamic and this is not the Arab world! India did a favor to all its Muslims at the time of partition by not forcing them to flee to Pakistan leaving their home, which would have made logical sense considering that the partition was based on religion.
But we chose to take the secular route, giving each one EQUAL opportunity to enjoy the benefits of the India. And this is how you pay back? We should always remember that this freedom is not a right but a privilege. It is time we start respecting it. And Isn’t expecting the whole nation, of which Muslims form just a fraction, to be run according to you anything less than sheer arrogance?

Although, the reaction of the Muslim populace is yet to be seen. But a major Muslim body declaring such an anti-national thing is not something India can afford to ignore. 


Why the hell should Indian laws be according to Islam? Secularism is not following every religion but rather not following any. The constitution defines the Republic of India to be ‘Dharm Nishpeksh’ and that is what secularism is. It is not about pleasing every section of the society, most certainly not.

Now, what all will the Muslim board do after this?  Ban the Banking sector coz loans are ‘haram’ in Islam? or remove democracy coz its unislamic? or remove our criminal laws and get Taliban styled ‘eye for an eye’ rule?

It is time Muslim leaders stop expecting that India will run according to any particular religion. coz It will not. We shall not let it. India doesn’t need any religion to tell it what is right and what is not.
It is time all our religious leaders and most especially Muslim leaders stop bossing India around.

It is time everyone understands that this is not the Arab World, this is India. And if anyone cant keep India before their religious interest, they don’t deserve to be here. Every whose not an Indian first is free to leave.
Lets all put India first, and be Indians united.

And today, I would like to reach out to our Muslim brethren and urge them to denounce such anti-India moves. Why should there be different laws for me and you? Just coz you are Muslim and I am a Hindu? But aren’t we Indians first? Zara Sooch ke Dekhiyen.

It is time Indian Muslims speak out against such moves and declare that they are Indians first, coz we they don’t do it now it might be too late. Let this not shake India’s Trust on the Muslim community

It is time to make a choice. It is time.

  • http://indiawithme-prateek.blogspot.com/ IndiaWithMe

    Wow….a nice topic u have chosen my frend….!!

    I really appreciate and support your views about the issue. Definitely, there should not be different laws for anybody based on religion. But, did u come across any opposition on this by any of our politicians?? No. Actually, let me tell you why. The reason is that India is no more secular. Shocking!! But that’s true.

    Our politicians, Media do not favor nationalistic ideas, rather they prefer people like these to take over the headlines. Politicians do not oppose them because they fear backlash of so-called “Minority” votes. They don’t have fear that by doing this they will lose support of people who are really nationalistic in their views. Why? Because they very well know that all such people are scattered and not united to act against them. After all, some 100 bucks would get them votes enough to enter the Parliament.

    Even Media doesn’t oppose such things. They can’t afford to make the so-called “Minorities” angry by their anti-Islamic discussions. Who knows which new “fatwa” comes up against them the very next day!!! But yes, they take an initiative in potraying Mr. Modi as anti-Nationalist even when he has made Gujrat the fastest developing state. All this just because all of them who actually know the actual capabilities of Mr. Modi and people like him, are not united together to bring such people up to the parliament. Pity!!

    India is not secular my friend. It has gone in the opposite direction. Anti-Nationalists have got a new weapon in their hands – “Minority”. This label has changed the geography of our country. This Quota, that reservation and all this crap, which has been given so loosely, will result in more such statements by different groups in near future.

    As far as this particular incident is concerned, I believe most of my Muslim brothers would not agree to this. But their job is not yet over on this. If they don’t support such statements by their highest religious body then they need to come up against this. And this is good not only for them but for India as a whole.

    • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

      Sadly, I have to agree with you. We have had religious and minorit based politics for so long! and It has only done as damage.

      It is time we move our nation’s focus on to bigger and more important things like education and povery.

  • dibyabttb

    Nice Post, but the irony is that we are not going to have equality in our country in near future, while the BJP has become soft on its own agenda of equal civil code, the Congress, left and all those regional parties are least expected to help this cause to appease the minorities. India has not moved ahead of the Shahabano case, at least on this front.

    • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

      This is one thing which puzzles me. The BJP had only a few things that made sense. The uniform civil code being one of them. Then why did they drop it?

      • dibyabttb

        they didn’t drop, but forced to do that under the compulsions of coalition politics. During ABV govt, one SC ruling suggested to go for uniform civil code, that was the best time to have it. It didn’t happened thanks to the pressure from partners of NDA

        • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

          That excuse doesn’t really stand. They already new the ideologies of their NDA partners before they formed the coalition. If the could see that they wouldn’t be able to deliver on their promises, they should have just said No we cant compromise on our promises. They sold their principles for power, as simple as that.

          • dibyabttb

            Have to agree, sadly though.

  • http://www.the22yard.com/ Adithya R

    Wow man ! Yr writings r awesome. Just got to know abt this site. Will keep in touch with u. My age is 14. Will have to learn a lot from u and yr writings….

    • http://www.adityakumarnayak.com Aditya Kumar Nayak

      Thanks man. Age doesn’t matter. I was 15 when I started but learnt a lot as I grew up. I hope I’ll be able to pass on my learnings to you. :)

  • prateek4u

    Wow….a nice topic u have chosen my frend….!!

    I really appreciate and support your views about the issue. Definitely, there should not be different laws for anybody based on religion. But, did u come across any opposition on this by any of our politicians?? No. Actually, let me tell you why. The reason is that India is no more secular. Shocking!! But that’s true.

    Our politicians, Media do not favor nationalistic ideas, rather they prefer people like these to take over the headlines. Politicians do not oppose them because they fear backlash of so-called "Minority" votes. They don't have fear that by doing this they will lose support of people who are really nationalistic in their views. Why? Because they very well know that all such people are scattered and not united to act against them. After all, some 100 bucks would get them votes enough to enter the Parliament.

    Even Media doesn't oppose such things. They can't afford to make the so-called "Minorities" angry by their anti-Islamic discussions. Who knows which new "fatwa" comes up against them the very next day!!! But yes, they take an initiative in potraying Mr. Modi as anti-Nationalist even when he has made Gujrat the fastest developing state. All this just because all of them who actually know the actual capabilities of Mr. Modi and people like him, are not united together to bring such people up to the parliament. Pity!!

    India is not secular my friend. It has gone in the opposite direction. Anti-Nationalists have got a new weapon in their hands – "Minority". This label has changed the geography of our country. This Quota, that reservation and all this crap, which has been given so loosely, will result in more such statements by different groups in near future.

    As far as this particular incident is concerned, I believe most of my Muslim brothers would not agree to this. But their job is not yet over on this. If they don’t support such statements by their highest religious body then they need to come up against this. And this is good not only for them but for India as a whole.

  • Aditya Kumar Nayak

    Sadly, I have to agree with you. We have had religious and minorit based politics for so long! and It has only done as damage.

    It is time we move our nation's focus on to bigger and more important things like education and povery.

  • Dibyasundar Nayak

    Nice Post, but the irony is that we are not going to have equality in our country in near future, while the BJP has become soft on its own agenda of equal civil code, the Congress, left and all those regional parties are least expected to help this cause to appease the minorities. India has not moved ahead of the Shahabano case, at least on this front.

  • Adithya R

    Wow man ! Yr writings r awesome. Just got to know abt this site. Will keep in touch with u. My age is 14. Will have to learn a lot from u and yr writings….

  • Aditya Kumar Nayak

    This is one thing which puzzles me. The BJP had only a few things that made sense. The uniform civil code being one of them. Then why did they drop it?

  • Aditya Kumar Nayak

    Thanks man. Age doesn't matter. I was 15 when I started but learnt a lot as I grew up. I hope I'll be able to pass on my learnings to you. :)

  • Dibyasundar Nayak

    they didn't drop, but forced to do that under the compulsions of coalition politics. During ABV govt, one SC ruling suggested to go for uniform civil code, that was the best time to have it. It didn't happened thanks to the pressure from partners of NDA

  • Aditya Kumar Nayak

    That excuse doesn't really stand. They already new the ideologies of their NDA partners before they formed the coalition. If the could see that they wouldn't be able to deliver on their promises, they should have just said No we cant compromise on our promises. They sold their principles for power, as simple as that.

  • Dibyasundar Nayak

    Have to agree, sadly though.