Muslim women expressed their view on Triple Talaq and Muslim Personal Law in an interaction with the media today at a press meet held at Jamaat-e-Islami Hind HQRS in Jamia Nagar.
Earlier in the morning, a release was issued in which it was mentioned that the women would brief the press about its 15-day ongoing all India: “’Muslim Personal Law Awareness Campaign (MPLAC)”.
Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) is convening a press-meet to brief the press about its 15-day ongoing all India: “’Muslim Personal Law Awareness Campaign (MPLAC)”’.
The JIH is conducting this campaign (23 April-07 May 2017) to equip Muslims with authentic knowledge about Muslim Personal Law for reforming Muslim society and for educating the people of our country at large.
Atiya Siddiqua (All India Secretary, JIH Women’s Department), Shaista Rafat (Incharge of JIH Delhi Haryana Women’s Department) and other women office bearers of Jamaat addressed the media persons about the campaign and answered questions asked by media persons on personal laws, triple Talaq, polygamy and other women related issues. Later on some TV channels did a chaupal with women who had turned up at the spot to get their views.
During their interaction, most women opposed any reform in Muslim Personal Law and said it is internal issue of Muslim society. However, they called for Ulemas to look into the most burning issue and find a middle path.
Moreover, several women stressed the Government to focus on education and jobs than Triple Talaq.