Supreme Court to examine Bohra clergy's right to ex-communicate

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Supreme Court to examine Bohra clergy's right to ex-communicate

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Unread post by Reporter » Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:51 am

Interesting development:


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Re: Supreme Court to examine Bohra clergy's right to ex-communicate

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Unread post by Fatema Yamani » Tue Sep 20, 2022 2:59 pm

Interesting

who is the petitioner?

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Unread post by Fatema Yamani » Tue Sep 20, 2022 3:13 pm

why just bohras actually such ex communication system exists in many other sects and religions

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Unread post by Ozdundee » Fri Sep 23, 2022 6:55 am

Reporter wrote: Tue Sep 20, 2022 9:51 am Interesting development:

Salaam can I understand what is happening? Who has taken whom to court.

Case is whom vs whom

It talks about a ruling in 1949 and 1962 which went in Sayednas favour

Act was updated in 2016 which means there is a law in place that prohibits excommunication which implies to excommunicate is illegal since 2016

Why is the Hindustan Supreme Court in 2022 reviewing the matter or debating clarification

Is a party mentioned not happy with the 2016 Act.

There are NGO interested to know more about this case in Hindustan

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Unread post by juzer esmail » Sun Sep 25, 2022 6:43 am

Bhai the 2016 law is passed by just one state viz. Maharashtra and since the SC's Constitutional bench is about to hear some important matters like the Sabrimala case, it has suo moto pulled out this case from 1962, which has never been challenged, in which STS declared himself as God on earth (Illah IL Ardh)! This was the case in which ex-communication was deemed as a protected practice for our community!
The SC has invited submission for all the related parties, so Muffy is one and senior SC lawyer Fali Nariman is representing daawat and he claimed the 2016 Maharashtra law as 'moot', which in other words would mean why enact another law when we already have one, but he doesn't say this law is not applicable everywhere in India!

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Unread post by Fatema Yamani » Wed Sep 28, 2022 3:51 am

STS declared himself as God on earth (Illah IL Ardh)!

He should have been jailed immediately after this claim

only a conman would claim any thing like this

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Re: Supreme Court to examine Bohra clergy's right to ex-communicate

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Unread post by Bohra spring » Wed Oct 12, 2022 12:22 am

In simple words Dawaat is putting forward a legal challenge to quash the effectiveness of 2016 Act and allow ambiguity so they can excommunicate if SMS feels the need in other states!



Bhai the 2016 law is passed by just one state viz. Maharashtra and since the SC's Constitutional bench is about to hear some importantmatters like the Sabrimala case, it has suo moto pulled out this case from 1962, which has never been challenged, in which STS declared himself as God on earth (Illah IL Ardh)! This was the case in which ex-communication was deemed as a protected practice for our community!
The SC has invited submission for all the related parties, so Muffy is one and senior SC lawyer Fali Nariman is representing daawat and he claimed the 2016 Maharashtra law as 'moot', which in other words would mean why enact another law when we already have one, but he doesn't say this law is not applicable everywhere in India!
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