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Muslims misusing triple talaq will face social boycott: AIMPLB

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Board will also issue a code of conduct on the issue

ANI  |  Lucknow  April 16, 2017 Last Updated at 18:24 IST

The Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Sunday said that the community members, who give without valid reasons will face social boycott.

member Khalid R Firangi said, “It has been decided in the executive body meeting that those misusing will face social boycott.”

also informed about the moral code of conduct, which will solve the misunderstanding with regard to the issue.

“There has been misunderstanding on this issue, we will issue a code of conduct on it,” he added.

The AIMPLB, which has opposed the PILs filed against the in the Supreme Court, had earlier on Wednesday said the board will do away with the practice of verbal divorce in one-and-a half years, adding there is no need for government interference.

A five-judge constitution bench of the apex court will start hearing from May 11 the petitions against

The court will hear pleas filed by several Muslim women challenging the practice under which men can divorce their wives instantly by uttering the word talaq thrice.

Muslims misusing triple talaq will face social boycott: AIMPLB

Board will also issue a code of conduct on the issue

Board will also issue a code of conduct on the issue

The Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Sunday said that the community members, who give without valid reasons will face social boycott.

member Khalid R Firangi said, “It has been decided in the executive body meeting that those misusing will face social boycott.”

also informed about the moral code of conduct, which will solve the misunderstanding with regard to the issue.

“There has been misunderstanding on this issue, we will issue a code of conduct on it,” he added.

The AIMPLB, which has opposed the PILs filed against the in the Supreme Court, had earlier on Wednesday said the board will do away with the practice of verbal divorce in one-and-a half years, adding there is no need for government interference.

A five-judge constitution bench of the apex court will start hearing from May 11 the petitions against

The court will hear pleas filed by several Muslim women challenging the practice under which men can divorce their wives instantly by uttering the word talaq thrice.

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