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Ayodhya verdict: Muslim Personal Law Board appeals for peace on Sept 24

Acting general secretary of AIMPLB, Rahim Qureshi today said that the AIMPLB is seized of the matter and will do whatever necessary to protect the interest of Muslim minority within the frame work of Constitution.

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Updated: Sep 19, 2010, 05:32 PM IST

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All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) today appealed to Muslims across the country to respect the court verdict on Ayodhya title suit expected on September 24.

Acting general secretary of AIMPLB, Rahim Qureshi, after a 'study meeting' over the issue with legal experts in Hyderabad today told PTI that the AIMPLB is seized of the matter and will do whatever necessary to protect the interest of Muslim minority within the frame work of Constitution.

"There was no need to react even the verdict goes against us. Still we have option to approach the Supreme Court," Qureshi, who is also spokesperson of the board, said urging the Muslims to maintain law and order and show restraint on the verdict day.

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