Maulana Arshad Madani said on UCC, 'We do not accept any law against Shariat' : India Maulana Arshad Madani said on UCC, 'We do not accept any law against Shariat' : India

Maulana Arshad Madani said on UCC, 'We do not accept any law against Shariat' : India

Maulana Arshad Madani said on UCC, 'We do not accept any law against Shariat' : India

Speaking on the decision of Uttarakhand government to bring Uniform Civil Code, Maulana Arshad Madani said that Muslims will not accept any law against Shariat.

New Delhi : Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind President Maulana Arshad Madani has expressed a strong reaction to the state government's decision to implement Uniform Civil Code in Uttarakhand. Maulana Arshad Madani said on UCC that we do not accept any law which is against Shariat, because a Muslim can compromise with everything, but not with Shariat. He said that the truth is that a follower of any religion cannot tolerate any kind of undue interference in his religious activities.

'UCC denies the fundamental rights of the Constitution'
Maulana Madani said that today Uniform Civil Code has been brought in Uttarakhand, in which Scheduled Tribes have been exempted from the new law under Article 366A Chapter 25A Subsection 342 of the Constitution. He said that it has been argued that their rights have been protected under Article 21 of the Constitution, in such a situation, when they can be kept away from this law, then why should we provide religious freedom under Articles 25 and 26 of the Constitution? Can't it be given? He said that if seen the Uniform Civil Code negates the fundamental rights.

'Will decide on legal action after review'
Maulana Arshad Madani said, 'Our legal team will review the legal aspects of the bill after which a decision on legal action will be taken. The question is not about the personal law of Muslims but about maintaining the secular Constitution of the country in the present situation, because India is a secular country and secularism in the Constitution means that the country has no religion of its own. Maulana Madani said that our country is a multi-cultural and multi-religious country, this is also its specialty, hence one law cannot operate here.

'Family laws of Muslims are not laws made by humans'
Maulana Madani said, 'We want to make it clear that our family laws are not laws made by humans. They are created by the Quran and Hadith. There can be jurisprudential debate on this, but we have no disagreement on the basic principles. It seems absolutely right to say that the implementation of Uniform Civil Code is a well-planned conspiracy to attack the religious freedom of the citizens. Communal forces want to keep the country's minorities, especially Muslims, in fear and chaos by raising new religious issues every day.

Pakistan Navy Helped Indian Seamen In Arabian Sea Like Indian Navy Sas 5

When the ship from India faced problem, Pakistani Navy reached for help, saved 9 Indians in Arabian Sea
Pakistan Navy India: Pakistan Navy has rescued a ship belonging to Indians. This ship is Ocean Tug SAS-5, which had departed from Maharashtra. This ship has to reach Sharjah in UAE. But something went wrong on the way. During this time Pakistan Navy reached for help.

Pakistan Navy rescues Indian sailors
There was a fault in the ship from Maharashtra
Pakistan Navy arrived and saved the lives of 9 Indians

Islamabad: There have been reports of the Indian Navy saving ships from pirates in the Indian Ocean. In recent times, India has rescued boats belonging to Pakistani fishermen through operations. Now Pakistan Navy has also done something similar. He did not save any ship from pirates, but saved the lives of 9 Indian sailors stranded at sea. The Pakistan Navy conducted an operation in collaboration with Pakistan's Maritime Security Agency. In this, the crew of ocean tug SAS-5 was rescued.

The Pakistani Navy said in a statement on Monday that the worrying situation came to light when the electrical generator of the ocean tug, registered in St. Kitts and Nevis, malfunctioned. The fault was observed off the Indian coast, about 167 nautical miles south-east of Karachi. The ship had left from Maharashtra for Sharjah in UAE on 1 February. Remained inactive for several days due to power failure. The statement said that on the morning of February 4, Pakistan Navy's Joint Maritime Information and Coordination Center received a distress signal.

What did Pakistan Navy do?
According to the report, Pakistan Navy then started search and rescue operations. A long-range maritime patrol ship of the Pakistani Navy was assigned the task of locating it. After this Pakistan deployed its ship PMSS Kashmir for search and rescue mission. The ship was secured when tug SAS-5 reached it. After three hours of repair, the fault of the electric generator was fixed. Apart from this, Pakistan provided medical supplies, fresh water and cooked food to the crew.

After completion of the rescue operation, the ocean tug SAS-5 then started its voyage to Sharjah. The Pakistan Navy said in a statement that the rescued crew of the tug expressed their appreciation. Also expressed gratitude for the assistance given during a challenging situation at sea. "This successful operation exemplifies Pakistan's commitment to ensure the safety and well-being of sailors in the region, and promote goodwill and cooperation even in maritime emergencies," the Navy said in a statement.

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