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Sole Halal Certification body in India which is recognized by all Major Halal Certification Authorities of the world like JAKIM (Malaysia) SANHA (south Africa)and IFANCA (USA) etc.
About us :
Halal Committee a part of Jamiat Ulama-E-Maharashtra

which is a provincial division of Jamiat Ulama - E - Hind. The introduction is as stated belo.

IN 1803, when East India Company took control of Emperor Shah Alam and his empire, Maulana Shah Abdul Aziz Dahelvi was the first Muslim to oppose it. He announced from Delhi Jama Masjid that it is the religious duty of Muslims to fight against the British rule. Slowly steadily his voice spread all over the country. In 1826, Maulana Ismail Dahelvi and Maulana Sayyed Ahmed Shaheed Barelvi led Muslims from Sadiqpur and Delhi.


After this failure, Maulana Mehmud-ul-Hasan who later on became as 'Shaikh-ul-Hind', started another secret movement. Shaikh-ul-hind planned to fight armed struggle with British imperialism with the help of Pathans of Frontier Province, Kabul Government and Turkey Khilafat. For this reason, he sent Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi, Mr. Barkatullah Bhopali, Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh etc. to different countries. He also prepared arms and ammunition and gathered people in different parts of the country. A newspaper from Calcutta 'Al Hilal' by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad also awakened the people countrywide. Hakim Ajmal Khan, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, Dr. Mukhtar Ansari were among the colleagues of Shaikh-ul-Hind went to Madina from Deoband to have co-operation of Turkey Khilafat. Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi also Participated in Silken Letters Conspiracy. But British traced out the silken letters and the whole movement came to the knowledge of British.


Their movement sparked people from Bengal to Frontier Province till 1831. But this movement failed because of killing of number of its commanders. Again in 1875, when Ulama started their agitation, thousands of Muslims and Hindus joined it. The prominent Ulama in this movement were Haji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki, Maulana Rasheed Ahmed Gangohi, Maulana Mohammed Qasim Nanotavi and Hafiz Zamin Shaheed etc. Although this movement became non-violent, but failed to stop British capturing the country. British brutally killed thousands of Ulama for taking part in this movement.


After this failure, Maulana Mehmud-ul-Hasan who later on became as 'Shaikh-ul-Hind', started another secret movement. Shaikh-ul-hind planned to fight armed struggle with British imperialism with the help of Pathans of Frontier Province, Kabul Government and Turkey Khilafat. For this reason, he sent Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi, Mr. Barkatullah Bhopali, Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh etc. to different countries. He also prepared arms and ammunition and gathered people in different parts of the country. A newspaper from Calcutta 'Al Hilal' by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad also awakened the people countrywide. Hakim Ajmal Khan, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, Dr. Mukhtar Ansari were among the colleagues of Shaikh-ul-Hind went to Madina from Deoband to have co-operation of Turkey Khilafat. Maulana Obaidullah Sindhi also Participated in Silken Letters Conspiracy. But British traced out the silken letters and the whole movement came to the knowledge of British.


Therefore in 1916, Shaikh-ul-Hind was arrested and sent to Malta. In the same way other members of the movement were also arrested in India and the movement, which had its branches in other countries also, could not be kept secret for a long time. But this movement awakened the people and prepared a fresh generation to fight British imperialism.



The political scenario was uncertain when Shaikh-ul-Hind returned to India from Malta. Gandhiji and Hakim Ajmal Khan were trying to struggle for independence through Congress whereas other communal forces were trying to attract people towards them. On the eve of Delhi Khilafat Conference in 1919, Maulana Abdul Bari Firangi Mehli along with colleagues and students of Shaikh-ul-Hind felt that a separate platform of the Ulama should be set up to channelize their activities against British government, in such a way that the movement of the congress be strengthened considerably.


At last, the first inaugural Session of the Jamiat Ulama - I - Hind was held in Delhi under the President ship of Shaikh-ul-Hind Maulana Mehmud Hasan. The session was attended by a large number of Ulama belonging to all schools of thought. The place of non-cooperation in the light of Islamic tenets was the main topic of discussion. It was examined in the light of Islamic Sharia and the conclusion was in its favor. The congregation unanimously passed a resolution in the shape of a 'Fatwa'. It directed Muslims throughout the country not to cooperate with the Government and join the movement, which had already been started. The Government immediately banned the Fatwa and a large number of pamphlets publishing the Fatwas were seized and destroyed. But it spread like a fire throughout the country. Shaikh-ul-Hind for the sake of Hindu-Muslim unity, called Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh to participate in Silken Letters Conspiracy. This was the reason; Jamiat Ulama - I - Hind decided to join the Congress to fight British imperialism jointly and contributed more than the other communities at every stage.

There were four basic points of the Freedom Struggle of India.

1) To participate in the freedom struggle irrespective of caste and community.

2) To agitate against the violation of Human Rights.

3) To fight against the violation of Human Rights by the non-violence movement.

4) To respect all the religions and not to interfere into other's religion.



Congress followed these principles and demanded Complete Independence in 1926, Quit India in 1942 and later on framed Constitution of India after 1947, Jamiat Ulama - I - Hind participated shoulder to shoulder in freedom struggle with Congress, but wherever it found confrontation with Islamic Laws, it chose its own path.


For this reason, Jamiat Ulama - I - Hind boycotted Nehru report, boycotted Simon commission, boycotted Shuddhi Sangathan, agitated against Sharda Act etc. as these were anti-muslim movements /laws. Jamiat Ulama - I - Hind also proposed and got them passed, many laws for Muslims, such as Shariat bill, Khula bill (Divorce given by ladies), Qazi bill (To appoint Qazi in every area), Waqf Act etc.


A number of muslim organizations were present till 1947 in the country but vanished later on and only Jamiat Ulama- E- Hind survived as it found the way to survive in common community, It was the only organization to help Muslims after the partition of the country, as Muslims were facing a number of problems at that time.


Jamiat Ulama - I - Hind is working since 1919. It is active today also and Insha’Allah (if God willed) it will be working tomorrow also for the cause of Islam and our motherland.

 
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