New Delhi, Feb 15: With each passing day the tug-of-war between Maulana Salman Nadwi, who was expelled from All India Muslim Personal Law Board and AIMPLB is getting intense with each pointing a finger towards the other.
Art of Living Smells a Foul Play
Now Art of Living, which has been playing the mediator has come out with its observations on the controversy, " If such talks had happened with Misra on 5th Feb, we were not informed about it. As far as our interaction with Maulana Nadwi Ji is concerned, we have not found any such demands. Some people seem to be working to derail and discredit the process,"
It further added, "Amarnath Misra informed us about all this only yesterday. He first spoke to news channels and then spoke to us later over phone. We will probe into the genuineness of his complaints."
Allegedly Maulana Salman Nadvi had demanded money for building another Masjid in Ayodhya.
Maulana Salman Nadwi attacks AIMPLB
Maulana Salman Nadwi who was expelled from All India Muslim Personal Law Board for presenting out-of-court settlement for Babri Masjid issue, made another attack on the AIMPLB, saying that it is dancing to the tune of Asad Owaisi. He further said that the Board is dominated by extremists, while the Ulama and elders remain silent.
Hyderabad Declaration of the 26th plenary of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board
In the meantime the Hyderabad Declaration of the 26th plenary of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has stated: "Muslims should follow the teachings of the Holy Quran, subject themselves to the will of Allah, remain united and keep themselves away from dissensions and differences." Any attack on Shariah law should be dealt with using a balanced approach.
Beauties of Shariah law should be explained, it said, in order to bring non-Muslims closer to Muslims and spread love and affection.
The declaration said the AIMPLB, which had been created for the protection of Shariah law and to bring about unity among the Muslims, was fully aware of the attempts being made to break the unity to the detriment of the entire community.
"It shall be our endeavour not to allow these unscrupulous deeds of some vested interests to destroy this unity," the AIMPLB stated.
It added that the community needed a large number of knowledgeable and considerate Muslims to propagate the Shariah law in the correct perspective and respond to hate with affection.
News24Bureau with Agencies