There has exerted a great deal of public

There are many Muslim Organizations and Institutions in India which
is working for the retaining of Shariah for Muslim community, one of that
organizations are All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPB). It is a
political organization of Muslim in India that engages political leaders and
parties in legal issues which face to Muslim in India1.  It was   established
by   Muhammad Taiyab (The Muhtamim/ Director of the
Famous madrasa at Deoband in 1972.  An
initial congregation of Ulema at Deoband, followed by a large assembly at
Mumbai at the end of 1972, final led to the formal establishment of the Board
in Hyderabad four months later2 .
The AIMPLB took as its central aims the preservation of Muslim Personal Law
(MPL)    and the
elimination of any apparent encroachment of the civil or criminal codes in its
application. The AIMPLB holds no formal authority to determine the rulings or
manner of implementation of MPL, but its vocal stand on particular issues, wide
membership and status within a large network of eminent ‘ulama has meant that
the organisation has exerted a great deal of public influence on matters
relating to MPL and Indian Muslim society more generally 3.
But the All India Muslim Personal Law Board
(AIMPLB), a non-governmental organisation that aims to educate Muslims on the
protection and application of Islamic laws, has opposed the move to ban triple
talaq and polygamy. The latter is illegal in India4.

1
Rollie Lal, Art “Islam
in India” chapter No.6 of Book Title: The Muslim World After 9/11, Published
by: RAND Corporation. (2004), p.304.

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2 Justin
jone, Art ‘Signs of churning’: Muslim Personal Law and public contestation in
twenty-first century India, (Published by Combridge University Press) in
January 2010, p.182

3 Justin
jone, Art ‘Signs of churning’: Muslim Personal Law and public contestation in
twenty-first century India, (Published by Combridge University Press) in
January 2010, p.183

4
What is ‘triple
talaq’ or instant divorce?