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"Indian Muslim Women will Walk with the Quran in One Hand and the Constitution in the Other," Shaista Amber

22 Aug 2017


In an exclusive interview with Rukmini Sen for Sabrangindia, All India Muslim Women's Personal law board Chairperson Shaista Amber said Indian women will walk with the Quran in one hand and the Indian constitution in the other.

Shaista Amber: I am shocked with the All India Muslim Personal Law Board's (AIMPLB's)  views on triple talaq to avoid murder

Shaista Amber: Those who say women will be killed by men if the provision of Triple Talaq is taken away are both cruel and deeply insensitive


 

"Indian Muslim Women will Walk with the Quran in One Hand and the Constitution in the Other," Shaista Amber


In an exclusive interview with Rukmini Sen for Sabrangindia, All India Muslim Women's Personal law board Chairperson Shaista Amber said Indian women will walk with the Quran in one hand and the Indian constitution in the other.

Shaista Amber: I am shocked with the All India Muslim Personal Law Board's (AIMPLB's)  views on triple talaq to avoid murder

Shaista Amber: Those who say women will be killed by men if the provision of Triple Talaq is taken away are both cruel and deeply insensitive


 

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