Go through HC judgment on divorce: Geelani to Ulema
Srinagar, Nov 3: Chairman Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani has appealed the Islamic scholars to minutely go through the contents of a judgment on divorce recently announced by Jammu Kashmir High Court, and come out with detailed explanation and clarification on the matter.
“The Ulema need to go through the contents of the recent HC ruling on divorce to find out if it is in conformity with Quran and Hadith,” said Geelani in a statement today.
“In Islamic Sharia the laws of hereditary and divorce have been explained clearly and in detail but it needs a great vision and knowledge to reach acceptable conclusion. A person with ordinary and little knowledge of Islamic jurisprudence and Sunnah may forward and submit their opinion but it is very hard to reach a decision by them.”
Geelani said in absence of Islamic administration it is very complicated process to understand it in full, unless and until there is an established government administering the law pertaining to day to day needs of a man, and the whole life as per code of conduct provided by Islam.
Geelani called upon the Islamic scholars to come forward with their final verdict so that doubt and misgivings produced are rectified without any damage, or giving rise to more suspicion.
In another statement, Geelani has expressed his grief over the situation in Bichoora Qaziabad Handwara.
He said, “These sad events are happening now and then and it looks as police is maintaining a criminal silence over this. The police toils hard and do whatever is possible to nab the peace loving political workers and subject them and their families to pain and agony. But the criminals are moving under their nose and they are even patronized by police.”
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