Ujjain: Maulana Syed Mohammad Rabey Hasani Nadwi has been unanimously re-elected president of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, (AIMPLB), an apex body of Muslims, for the fifth time, in its 23rd annual conference which is being held here in Jamia Arabia Siraj-ul-Uloom, on the outskirts of Ujjain town in Madhya Pradesh. Maulana Rabey later picked his team for the fifth term wherein he nominated his old panel which included Maulana Syed Nizamuddin as general secretary of AIMPLB, advocate, Abdurrahim Qureshi as assistant general secretary and Maulana Syed Wali Rahmani as secretary.
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