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Indian Waqf Service supported by
All India Muslim Majlis Mushawarat

Jan 18, 2012 (New Delhi):

The following Resolution was passed by All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat:

Waqf Cadre: In order to safeguard Waqf properties and ensure the smooth functioning of waqf boards, Sachar Committee recommended the creation of a Waqf administrative cadre within the Indian administrative service comprising of Muslim officers as the non-availability of Muslim officers hampers the functioning of state and central Waqf boards. But the Union Minority Ministry, whose job is to implement schemes started as a result of the Sachar findings, is not in the favour of such a cadre. The excuses put forward are meaningless as the government itself deputes Muslim officers to run Waqf boards and a number of southern states already have an administrative cadre consisting of Hindu officers to run temples. AIMMM also demands that the expenditure of waqf boards should be fully met by state governments.

Resolution passed by the Central Committee (Markazin Majlis) of the All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat [umbrella body of Indian Muslim organisations] on 6 August 2011