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AIMPLB launched Mobile APP for signature campaign against UCC

New Delhi: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has launched a mobile application to facilitate the signature campaign against the Central Government’s move to introduce the Uniform Civil Code in the country.In a media statement, AIMPLB General Secretary Hazrath Moulana Mohammed Wali Rahmani said that there has been overwhelming response to the call for signature campaign against the UCC from across the country. He said so far, one crore signatures against the UCC have reached AIMPLB Delhi office. Those who have not signed the form yet he asked to do it as early as possible.

Signature forms are scanned and emails are being sent to the President of India, Prime Minister, Law Minister and Law Commission.The signature campaign is still on and crores of Muslims are filling the forms whose proforma was sent by the AIMPLB.Those forms are being collected at the AIMBPL offices in Baroni, Samastipur, Patna, Malegaon, Bhopal, Hyderabad and Mumbai.

To facilitate more number of Muslims to sign these forms, with the permission of Board Hyderabad Techie Syed Khalid Saifullah developed an App.

Those having Android mobile phone can download the App “AIMPLB” from Google Play Store @ https://play.google.com/store/ apps/details?id=com.raylabs. muslimfreedomfighters&hl=en
and can simply take the snap of filled in forms. This will immediately send the copy of form to the board.

Meanwhile, Khalid Saifullah urged people to and join the signature campaign against the UCC.
He said many people are unable to courier the forms due to demonisation chaos. For such people, this App will prove be very helpful.

AIMPLB General Secretary Hazrath Moulana Mohammed Wali Rahmani’s Appeal : https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=sBrLopInqXM