Punjab makes declaration on finality of prophethood (PBUH) mandatory for nikkah

Punjab makes declaration on finality of prophethood (PBUH) mandatory for nikkah

A bride is signing her marriage papers. Photo: Twitter/@ShowbizAndNewz/file  
  • Punjab govt makes signing declaration on finality of prophethood (PBUH) mandatory for Muslim couples intending to get married.
  • Amendment will come into force with immediate effect.
  • This amendment was made in light of a resolution passed by the Punjab Assembly last year.

LAHORE:

 Punjab’s newly elected government, led by Chaudhry Pervez Elahi, on Saturday approved amendments to Punjab’s Muslim Family Regulations under the Muslim Family Law Ordinance 1961, and the Belief in Prophecy Finality (PBUH). obliged to sign the declaration. Muslim couples who want to get married.

In a notice issued by the state government, secretaries of all union councils are urged to send the Revised Nikkama Prophecy Final Proclamation (PBUH) without delay to all Nikka registries or face severe disciplinary action. was ordered to Effective immediately

Four months ago, West Pakistan’s rules under the Muslim Family Law Ordinance, 1961 were amended. As of Nikkah

this change was made in light of a resolution passed last year by the Punjab Assembly chaired by then-chairman Chaudhry Pervez Elahi.

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