Will go by SC's decision on Babri Masjid issue: Muslim personal law board
The All India Muslim personal law board on Sunday said it would accept the Supreme Court's decision on the Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir issue.
''We will go by Supreme Court's order on Babri-Ayodhya matter,'' it said.
Hearing a petition filed by the Bharatiya Janata Party's Subramanian Swamy, the Supreme Court on March 21 said the construction of a Ram Mandir at Ayodhya was an issue of sentiment and religion, and asked the disputing parties to sort the matter outside court.
Speaking about triple talaq, it said, there has been misunderstanding on this issue, we will issue a code of conduct on it.''
Meanwhile, the AIMLPB's Maulana Khalid R Firangi said,''It has been decided in executive body meeting that those misusing triple talaq will face social boycott.
The Supreme Court is currently hearing a case on the constitutional validity of triple talaq, the Islamic practice some Muslims follow of divorcing their wife by pronouncing the word 'talaq' three times.