AIMPLB helps entry of ladies in mosques

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The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has mentioned this by submitting an affidavit within the Supreme Court.

new Delhi: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) supported the entry of ladies in mosques. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has mentioned this by submitting an affidavit within the Supreme Court. The board mentioned that girls are allowed to enter the mosque. Islam permits the entry and prayer of ladies within the mosque. It additionally mentioned that the ultimate determination on this problem is made by the Mosque Management Committee, which takes the ultimate determination based on its comfort and circumstances. The board mentioned that the administration of mosques shouldn’t be within the palms of the board, so it can’t give any orders or directions to the folks related to the mosque administration at its personal stage. <! –

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Sabarimala Case

The board has filed affidavit within the Supreme Court within the case associated to the dispute over the entry of ladies of all ages within the temple Sabarimala in Kerala. A nine-judge bench within the Supreme Court is listening to the reconsideration petitions filed towards the outdated Supreme Court verdict permitting entry of ladies of all ages into the Sabarimala temple. In this case, the Supreme Court has added the problem of the entry of ladies within the spiritual locations of each spiritual group together with the Sabarimala temple, wherein the Supreme Court will first see how justified the interference of courts in spiritual beliefs?

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