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Now the right to follow personal law is part of the way of life of those people who are following such laws; it is part of their religion and part of their culture. If anything is done affecting the personal laws, it will be tantamount to interference with the way of life of those people who have been observing these laws for generations and ages. This secular State which we are trying to create should not do anything to interfere with the way of life and religion of the people.”

-Qaide Millath Mohammed Ismail Sahib  in the Constituent Assembly


About IUML

Indian Union Muslim League was formed with an object of achieving the constitutional rights of Muslims, other backward and minority people of India. Muslim League has been standing always for democracy and the integrity of the nation and its all round development and the League's motto is secularism and communal harmony. League could uphold the sacredness of diversity of Indian life besides fighting for the existence and rights of the Muslim minority. This mission is responsible for making the League occupied a high position in the democratic system of the country. Indian Union Muslim League is the largest forum for the Muslims to achieve their rights through democratic means. Muslim League's history is nothing but the story of this mission. It was possible for the Muslim League to voice and become forerunners of the rights of the minorities with the help of the secular principle and support of the other communities. From the very beginning the Muslim League has been working by holding the flag of secularism, communal harmony peace and political wisdom in the Indian democratic process. The acceptance that Muslim League has received in Kerala politics vouches for this democratic character and fight for minority rights.



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