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ing his speech on budget in the Senate.
“This is the council which says husband can beat his wife,” said Babar said the CII also denied DNA as proof in rape cases.
He said that council had also suggested to the people to write ‘Kalma Tayyaba’ on their homes so that culture of Jihad can be promoted.
“A council should not continue its job with so many controversies,” Babar said adding that the council has also declared minimum age for a girl’s wedding as un-Islamic.
Babar raised concerns over the increase in the annual budget of the council and demanded the government to withdraw the funds allocated for CII. “Money allocated for the council should be given to National Commission for the Protection of Women,” the senator stated. He added the parliament or provincial assemblies can consult the Ulema if any legislation required an Islamic point of view.