Haj committee questions Indian judiciary

via HK published on August 28, 2006

NEW DELHI: Indian Haj committee today strongly criticized the Allahabad High Court for issuing an order restraining financial subsides to Haj pilgrims. According to the Haj committee, Indian courts have no right to take any decision on religious matters. It is the Indian government who had decided to provide subsides to Haj pilgrims and there is nothing to do with Court.  


 


“We are worried that a Muslim family having 8-10 members will have to think twice now before going to Haj and they have to consider whether they should go together or a member from the family”, said Haj committee members. 

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