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The Bengal Muhammdan Marriages and Divorces Registration Act, 1876The Bengal Muhammdan Marriages and Divorces Registration Act, 1876

Constitution »Posted 15 Mar 2019

legal question The provisison under Section 3 of the Bengal Muhammdan Marriage and Divorces Registration Act, 1876 H.E. Governor has been pleased to authorize me to register all Muhammdan Marriages and Divorces within Bhagwangola PS area in the Dist of Murshidabad. The appointment Notification was issued by the Judicial Department, Govt of West Bengal in 2013. Suddenly, the Dist Registrar issued Notice inviting applications from intending candidates for further appointment of Muhammdan Marriage Registrar for Shia Sect in my lawful jurisdiction Bhagwangola PS area where there is no existence of Shia Muslim. There is no statutory certifying authority of shia or sunni muslim. There is no Govt rules/Notification/ procedure for appointment of Shia Muhammdan Registrar. There is no Govt sanctioned post for appointment of Shia Muhammdan Registrar in Bhagwangola PS area. There is no others Shia Muhammdan Registrar in the Dist of Murshidabad. Whether the vires to Section 3 of the Bengal Muhammdan Marriages and Divorces Registration Act, 1876 is ultra vires or unconstitutional? If yes, ple mention Article and Judgement. Whether the State Govt can discriminate between Shia and sunni Muslim in the Statutory Act?


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