Un-Islamic and Regrettable: Muslim Law Board Criticizes Udaipur Murder

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has condemned the brutal killing of a tailor in Udaipur . The body of the tailor was beheaded on Tuesday .

Lucknow is a city in India.The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has condemned the brutal murder of a tailor in Udaipur, arguing that taking law into your own hands is inhuman, unfair, and un-Islamic, according to Hazrat Maulana Khalid, the General Secretary of AIMPLB.Nupur Sharma, a former BJP spokesperson, uses derogatory terms against Prophet Muhammad, which are unsettling for the Muslim community.The government's inaction against this crime is nothing more than salting our wounds.

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board has condemned the brutal killing in Udaipur on Tuesday, encouraging the Muslim community to remain patient and avoid taking law into their own hands, and that the government should adopt a regulation against blasphemy for the religious personalities of all faiths, according to the AIMPLB statement.Since there is a legislative system in our country, no one is allowed to take it into his own hands.According to Maulana, Qasmi, the Rajasthan government asked all the people of the country to restrain their emotions and keep the country at peace, the state government announced on Tuesday that section 144 of CrPC will be implemented in all the districts for the next year.On Tuesday, the SIT consisted of the Additional Director General of Police (ADG), Special Operations Group Ashok Kumar Rathore, Inspector General of Police (IG), Anti Terror Squad (ATS), Prafulla Kumar, and a Superintendant of Police (SP) rank officer and an Additional SP rank officer.We encourage the people of Udaipur to maintain harmony.

Section 144 has been imposed in the whole district as well as the state.The organizers called off Shanti March due to the weather.We encourage the people to preserve their unity.Police officers' leave has been reduced and they have been asked to return.

According to government reports, an NIA team is likely to file a lawsuit under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act after visiting the site of the crime.Police said two accused bragged about the beheading on social media immediately after posting a video defending themselves and assaulting Prime Minister Narendra Modis.According to police, one of the assassinants, Riyaz Akhtar, assaulted Kanhaiya Lal with a sharp-edged knife, while the other, Ghos Mohammad, recorded the attack on his cell phone.The victim, a former BJP representative, was reportedly detained after the assassination, and the law and order situation has been restored.Some people were attempting to cross the bylanes but were refused permission.