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Update Waqf laws

Kochi: A seminar on the amendment of Waqf laws jointly organised by the Kerala Waqf board and Al Ameen Educational Trust here on 19 October called for setting up Waqf Development Authority at state and national level to implement the agenda of the Waqf council and Waqf boards
The seminar, the first such in the state on the subject, suggested a revision of the Waqf laws in such a manner as to make them more transparent and compatible with the modern times.
It also called upon the Muslim community to be aware of the ongoing survey on the basis of Waqf laws so as to bring to the notice of the Survey Commissioner any information about unclaimed Waqf properties.

There was also a demand to amend the Waqf laws so as to bring to book the guardians who squander Waqf properties and funds.
Mr. K.Rahman Khan, MP, chairman of the Joint Parliamentary Committee for Waqf Law Amendments, delivered the keynote address. Prof. KA Jaleel, chairman of the Kerala Waqf Board, inaugurated the seminar. Abdullah Haji Ahmed Sait presided over the function.

The Joint Parliamentary Committee was set up to make suggestions on the timely revision of the Waqf laws formulated in 1995. Although the panel has already had many proposals with it, this seminar was a part of its attempt to reach a consensus on the amendments of the laws.

Several religious leaders, scholars and law experts took part in the seminar. KA Abdul Ghafoor, judge of the Kerala High Court, delivered the valedictory speech. Among those who spoke on the occasion were P.K. Abubakr, C. Muhammad Faizee, and B.M.Jamal, secretary of the Waqf board.
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