The face veil is not obligatory for women in law

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ISLAMABAD: The face veil is not obligatory for women in law. It was proclaimed by “Islami Nazaryati Council” that for women in the law face, hands and feet veil is not obligatory.

However in case the risk of any such trials so the woman is obliged to cover up. Islamic Ideology Council meeting chaired by Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani it was said by him that for the Muslim women face, hands and feet veil is not obligatory.

Earlier two days meeting when Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani declared women’s face veil as an obligation, a liberal member of the Council Allama Maulana Tahir Ashrafi and Allama Amin Shaheedi were not co incidentally.

On the first day of Council in the meeting except other members Dr. Samiya Raheel Qazi was also been there who despite exposing herself rolling the full support of the scenes.

Mohammad Khan Shirani women face, hands and feet scenes supported who is belonged to Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F). It was said by Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani when he was being talked to media hereinafter meeting that Islamic women face, hands and feet bound curtain does not, however in case be a risk of trial so her faces, hands and feet must be covered.

However, women may pose the kind of temptation that was not explained by Maulana Shirani. Meetings of the council concerned the issues facing women and girls has been raised many times before it.

It was predicted by a member of council that in council. The issue of women’s veil was lifted at the request of the Interior Ministry identification card because many communities and scholars posing for photographs of women are still opposed.

It was said by that member that some communities people due to capturing photo do not make CNIC of their women.