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Markazi Majlis-e-Mushawarat Adopts A New Constitution and Several Resolutions on National and International Questions

New Delhi, 12 October, 2002
: Shri Syed Shahabuddin, President of the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM), has issued the following Statement:

The MMA (Central Working Committee) and the MMM (Central Council of the All India Majlis-e-Mushawarat) held their meetings today in New Delhi with the President Mr. Syed Shahabuddin in chair. The meetings were attended by Maulana Mohd. Shafi Moonis, Vice-President, Mr. A.R. Sherwani, Treasurer, Maulana Mohd. Yahya, Amir, Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadees, Mr. K.M. Khan, MP, Maulana Ejaz Aslam, Maulana Rasheed Usmani, Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Mehdius Salfi, Janab Ashfaque Ahmed Waziri, Maulana Aquilul Gharvi, Maulana Zeeshan Hedayati, Dr. S. Farooq, Dr. Zafarul Islam Khan and Prof. Humayun Murad.

The MMM adopted its new Constitution as approved in the Referendum by 39 to 2 in which 43 members out of 78 participated. The MMM decided to give the new Dastoor wide publicity which aims at widening the membership of the Mushawarat to include Muslim personalities of eminence in all walks of life and to set up a consultative network from the national down to local levels.

The MMM adopted the target date of 31 December, 2002 for putting the new Constitution into effect. In the meantime, the MMM decided to nominate Maulana Mohd. Yahya, Amir, Jamiat Ahl-e-Hadees, as Vice-President to fill the vacancy caused by the demise of Mr. Masood Khan and Mr. Zafarul Islam Khan as a Secretary.

The MMM also authorized the President to have consultation on the filling up the 3 vacancies among the Constituent Members. The MMM expressed its satisfaction with the organizational progress and
financial situation of the Mushawarat.

The MMM discussed the national and international situation and adopted Resolutions on the Gujarat situation, the election results in J&K, the Babari Masjid Question, the Supreme Court Judgement on National Framework of School Curriculum and Value Education, Terrorism, National Secular Alliance, Delimitation of Constituencies. USA's threat of attack on Iraq and Israel's Continuing aggression against the Palestinian people.

Briefly, the MMM found little progress in Gujarat in relief and rehabilitation of the victims or investigation and prosecution of the culprits because of the apathy of the State Government, the inefficiency of the administration and the communal environment.

The MMM requested the Election Commission to defer the Assembly election till normalcy was fully restored and the atmosphere of fear was dissipated.

On Kashmir, the MMM welcomed the results of the Assembly election and expressed its hope for early formation of the Congress-PDP coalition government committed to peace, human rights and development and for resumption of dialogue between India and Pakistan for a final settlement.

On Terrorism, while condemning the attack on Akshardham Mandir, the MMM called for all out combat against terrorism in all its form and manifestation, in various parts of the country, particularly by restraining Hindu extremists from terrorizing communities by threats and vile propaganda.

The MMM appealed to the Babari Masjid Movement to observe the 10th anniversary of the Demolition suitably throughout the country and called for the title suit to cover disputed Wakf land.

The MMM supported the emergence of the National Secular Alliance to defeat the forces of communalism, fascism, first in Gujarat and then in other States and to oust the Sangh Parivar from power when the General Elections is held.

On Delimitation, the MMM authorized its President to establish a Committee of Experts to collect the necessary information and to place the suggestions to the Commission for better representation of Muslim in the legislature.

The MMM noted the recent Supreme Court Judgement on the NCERT's National Framework of School Curriculum and proposed the establishment by educational societies of Centres to Monitor School Syllabi and Textbooks in all major States and at the Centre - to ensure that the spirit of the Supreme Court's judgement was not violated by majoritarian exponents of cultural nationalism and religious assimilation.

The MMM condemned the USA's threat of unilateral war against Iraq and called upon the Government to mobilize the NAM for restraining the USA. It also proposed universal and complete elimination of all weapons of mass destruction by all States. It appealed to the political parties and the civil society to defeat the US plan for achieving undisputed territorial hegemony over the Gulf region and undivided control of its oil resources.

The MMM regretted that the Government had not risen to protest against Israel's continuing aggression and persecution of the Palestinian people and its endeavour backed fully by the USA to eliminate Yasser Arafat, politically, if not physically. It called upon the Government and the people of India to rise to the defence of the fraternal people of Palestine.

Sd/- Syed Shahabuddin
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