LUCKNOW Aug 16 : Charging that efforts were being made to impose Hindu culture on other religions through introduction of yoga in schools, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has sought support of other community leaders to launch a campaign against such attempts.
The Board would decide its strategy in its convention to be held in Bhopal tomorrow.
Working general secretary of AIMPLB Maulana Wali Rahmani charged that as part of a conspiracy an effort was being made to "imprint Hindu culture in the mindset of children of other religions, including Muslims".
He alleged that this was being done by making yoga mandatory in schools.
Rahmani said AIMPLB would launch "Deen aur Dastoor Bachao Tahreek" against this attempt to force "vedic culture" in which religious leaders and followers of different religions, including Hindu, Sikh and Christian, would be associated.
"We believe that by associating leaders of different religions this campaign will become successful. Special deliberation will be made on this issue at the AIMPLB meeting tomorrow," he told PTI.
Charging that Brahmin religion was being implemented on new generation, he said, this is a threat to both not be forced on others," he said. ?PTI