396 cases filed in Delhi, Darul Qaza, 387 settled
The Milli Gazette
Published Online: Jun 14, 2012
Print Issue: 16-30 June 2012
New Delhi: A meeting of Darul Qaza (South Delhi) was held on 20 May in which its activities and cases filed during the past six months were reviewed. It may be stated in this connection that a review meeting of Darul Qaza is held every six months when its activities and cases filed and decided during this period are reviewed. The 20 May meeting was chaired by Darul Qaza’s President Abdul Moid Khan. Darul Qaza’s secretary Musharraf Husain while presenting the six monthly report said that during the past six months 16 cases were filed of which eight cases were decided and the remaining eight cases are still pending for hearing and decision. It was also stated that in all, right from the time this Darul Qaza was set up (when, not mentioned) till date 396 cases were filed of which 387 were settled and the remaining nine are still undecided and are pending settlement.
Scope or nature of cases filed in Darul Qaza is mainly limited to family disputes like marriage, divorce / khula’, dowry, inheritance, will etc. Maulana Muzammil Husain Qasmi, convener of the Counsel Committee made an appeal to Muslims that in case of any dispute or problem they should approach Darul Qazas for settlement of their family or other disputes. He also made an appeal to Masjid Imams to help Darul Qazas in all possible ways and in Friday sermons urge Muslims to approach Darul Qazas for settlement of their differences and disputes.
This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-30 June 2012 on page no. 14blog comments powered by Disqus