It is on this basis, the practice of concurrent talaq has been termed invalid in most of the Muslim countries.
In his address to the BJP national executive here, he said there should not be any "conflict" in the Muslim community over this issue.
"He (Modi) talked about social justice". He had also advised Muslims against consuming cow meat. Injustice should not be done with them.
"We are carrying out counseling sessions in which we try to settle issues related to marriage/divorce through reconciliation and arbitration", said in-charge of the women's wing Asma Zehra.
The Prime Minister said if there are social evils, the society should be woken up and efforts made to provide justice to the victims.
Refusing to accept any interferences from the "outside" to curb the practice, the board maintained it was its "constitutional" right to get the Muslim personal law implemented.
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AIMPLB general secretary Maulana Wali Rehmani, however, said the board has chose to issue a code of conduct and warned that those who give talaq (divorce) without following the "Sharia" (Islamic law) will face social boycott.
On the same day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "Muslim women are facing difficulties on the issue of triple talaq, we should work for solution at district level". With its help, the real picture of Sharia directives will be brought out on the talaq issue. It said it could exercise restraint on oral divorce by socially boycotting and fining those who resort to the practice wantonly.
He alleged that this exposed the double standards of the AIMPLB as it wanted the court to resolve the temple issue but did not want the judiciary's interference as regards "triple talaq".
The court will hear pleas filed by several Muslim women challenging the practice under which men can divorce their wives instantly by uttering the word "talaq" thrice.
Reacting sharply, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) termed Adityanath's remark as "jaahilaanaa" (foolish).
The federal government had, earlier this week, told the Supreme Court that the practices of "triple talaq", "nikah halala" and polygamy had an adverse impact on the social status and dignity of Muslim women and denied them the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution.