Darul Uloom Deoband Website Ban: Before the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh ( UP Election 2022 ), significant action has been taken in the Darul Uloom website case. Where the DM of Saharanpur has issued an order to ban the website of Darul Uloom, at the same time, the fatwa issued by Darul Uloom Deoband has been considered against child rights. After which, the website of the organization is being closed. After this, the Saharanpur DM has closed the website of Darul Uloom.
Darul Uloom Deoband Website Ban
There has been a lot of controversy since the past in the matter of the fatwa of Darul Uloom Deoband located in Saharanpur and the confusing statement on the issue of children. In this case, instructions were given to Saharanpur DM to take action on behalf of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights. In this notice, Darul Uloom is issuing fatwa or giving misleading statements on its website. This is entirely wrong.
The complaint was lodged in NCPR regarding fatwa.
At the same time, a complaint was lodged in NCPR regarding the fatwa issued on children and their education in Saharanpur. In this case, the Saharanpur DM was asked to get the Darul Uloom website checked, remove the misleading material and take action under the provisions of the Constitution, IPC, Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and Right to Education and send the report in 10 days. However, now shutting down the website is coming to the fore.
Fatwa was issued regarding children.
It is worth noting that Darul Uloom issued a fatwa regarding the adopted children. In this fatwa, it was said that an adopted child could not be given the status of a real child. Adoption of a child is not illegal. The fatwa said that merely by adopting a child, the law of genuine child would not apply to him.
In this fatwa, it was noted that it would be necessary that the Sharia curtain be followed after maturity. It was also said that the adopted child would not get any share in the property, and he will not be his heir. After which, a controversy started over the fatwa, and it was seen as a violation of the rights of children.