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Watch: Epicentre With Marya Shakil

Jul 09, 2018 11:48 PM IST India India
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In a democracy, there can never be parallel systems of justice. But the All India Muslim Personal Law Board thinks otherwise. The highest decision making body of Muslims has proposed setting up of Shariat courts in all districts of India to resolve issues in line with Islamic laws. Does the Muslim Law Board have no faith in the judiciary? Is it a bid to polarise the country before 2019 elections? And is having Shariat courts really the priority for Muslims? Join Epicentre for AIMIM Chief and Muslim Law Board member’s answers.

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