KOCHI: Kerala Muslim Jama-Ath Council said that they would march to Parliament on July 10 demanding various things, including re-drafting the Haj policy, to save the hajees from exploitation by Haj rackets. Talking to reporters here, Jama-ath Council State General Secretary Adv A Pookunju said the march would begin from Kerala House and later culminate into a dharna near Jandar Mandir.
Various Muslim leaders, human right activists and religious leaders would take part in the march, he added. The other demand include approval of Justice Ranganatha Mishra Commission without losing the benefit of SC and ST categories and also inclusion of Muslim community in the OBC category, restarting shipping service for Haj in order to decrease the travelling expense of hajees and regaining the wakf assets besides ensuring social justice to bring the Muslims to the main stream of the society. After that a memorandum would be submitted to union ministers, he added.