Andhra Pradesh Information: The Waqf Board in Andhra Pradesh has evicted Ahmadiyya Muslims from the Muslim group. This resolution has been given on the idea of a fatwa issued by an Islamic physique.
As quickly because the details about this got here, the Central Authorities additionally got here into motion and by writing a letter to the Chief Secretary of the State Authorities, it has strongly reprimanded the Waqf Board of the State. Together with this, the Waqf Board was additionally knowledgeable about their rights.
What’s the complete matter?
Really, on July 20, Ahsan Ghori of Ahmadiyya Muslim Samaj had submitted a grievance letter to the Ministry of Minority Affairs of the Central Authorities. Within the letter, he mentioned that the Andhra Pradesh Waqf Board has issued an order on the idea of a fatwa by a Jamaitul Ulema, ordering his samaj to be excluded from the Muslim group.
Central authorities reprimanded
Ahsan Gauri mentioned that on February 3, the Ahmadiyya Muslim group was declared infidel by the Andhra Pradesh Waqf Board referring to the fatwa of Jamaitul Ulema and issued an order to them to be non-Muslims, which is prohibited. On this, the central authorities reprimanded the Andhra Pradesh Waqf Board.
The Minorities Ministry of the Central Authorities has written a letter to the Chief Secretary of the Authorities of Andhra Pradesh, clearly stating that the State Waqf Board doesn’t have the correct to situation fatwas to exclude any group from Islam. How can the Waqf Board put official stamp on a fatwa issued by a social group?
Who’re Ahmadiyya Muslims?