The Telangana Government has constituted an exclusive Marriage Counselling Centre to settle the cases of marital discords and other problems in the light of legal provisions and respective personal law.
Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali inaugurated the Centre at the Haj House at Nampally and promised to give it more powers so that it should be able to solve the marital disputes in the families in an amicable manner and give counseling to both the parties on the rights and responsibilities. He said that such centres would be set up in all the districts of the State. He said that Wakf Office Buildings would be constructed in all the districts of the state from where all the minority offices would function. He said that many women were lingering in the litigation for years together. ‘This centre is set up to help such couples’ he said and added that experts have been included in the panel headed by Mr. E. Ismail, a retired judge. He thanked the Chief Minister for taking revolutionary steps in the field of education and welfare of the minority communities.
Nampally MLA Jaffer Hussain Meraj expressed happiness over setting up the centre and hoped that the minority couples would not get involved in litigations and approach the centre for settlement of their disputes.
Minorities Welfare Department Secretary Syed Omer Jaleel highlighted the aims and objectives and said that the Counselling Centre would sit once in a fortnight or as often as necessary and take up the cases, referred to it by any party.
MWD Director Mohammed Jalaluddin Akber welcomed the gathering and Prof. S. A. Shukoor, Special Officer Telangana State Haj Committee proposed a vote of thanks. Syed Vilayat Hussain GM Minorities Finance Corporation, Asadullah CEO Wakf Board and Members of the Counselling Centre were present on this occasion. (INN)