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Finger Print is Best for Identification and Security

 Identification, SecurityFinger Print is the Best method for Identification and Security

Because:

1. Finger print of every person is unique, that is, no two persons have same finger print

2. Finger print does not change with time. Human face changes with dress up, hairstyle, age and artificial makeups. So, photo of human face is not useful in the long run.

3. Finger print is very easy and less time consuming to take. Someone needs only some ink to imprint his fingerprint. Whereas, photography is complex and time consuming. Continue reading

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Finger Print Is Best For ID Card

Finger print is best for ID card

Because:

1. preparing a photo is so much time consuming. you need a camera, you need to process it and then you have to print. You need some separate arrangements. I am not considering any forgery or external manipulation in photography. Continue reading

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Introduce ‘digital fingerprint system’ & discard the use of photos completely

Allah Pak Dictates, “Noor-e-Mujassam, Habeebullah, Huzur Pak Swallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam, firmly take hold of whatever HE brought and abstain from that which HE tells you to refrain from. On this issue, fear Allah Pak because Allah Pak is strict punisher.” And Noor-e-Mujassam, Huzur Pak Swallallahu ‘Alaihi Wa Sallam dictates, “Every photographer and everyone helping to make photography (of living beings) will be inhabitant of Jahannam (hell).” Therefore, it is Far’d-Wajib for this government, having the promise that ‘No laws against Qur’an Shareef and Sunnah Shareef shall be passed’, to introduce ‘digital fingerprint system’ in registration of Deeds and to discard the use of photos completely.

Prime Point of the attention of Allah Pak, Imaam and Mujtahid of this time, Imaamul Aimmah, Qutwubul A’alam, Awladur Rwasool, Habeebullah, Mamduh Ha’drat Murshid Qiblah ‘Alaihis Salaam of Rajarbagh Dorbar Shareef, Dhaka says, “it is Far’d-Wajib for this government, having the promise that ‘No laws against Qur’an Shareef and Sunnah Shareef shall be passed’, to introduce ‘digital fingerprint system’ in registration of Deeds and to discard the use of photos completely.” He made those remarks while delivering advices on the aspects of making photography, a compulsory item in land registration process where Muslim men and women would commit major sins thorough photography and abstaining from that is Far’d-Wajib for all.

Mujaddide A’azwam Ha’drat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “In our country, in the office of land registration, a new policy of providing photographs of land buyers and sellers has been started. Earlier, no photography was needed for the purpose. The usage of putting impression on the deeds using ink on the finger has not changed a bit from the time of British reign till today. As the matter being very essential, the system of putting finger print on documents by applying ink on fingers is still surviving, but sadly, the government has not yet taken any initiative to modernize the system.”

Mujaddide A’azwam Ha’drat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “All over the world there have been much of improvements in the finger print system. Instead of impression by ink, digital image system has come into being. Besides, finger print system is also utilized in the computer to find out information about a particular individual. But in our country, after taking the finger prints, these are confined within the files; these are not coming in to any use for collecting any information easily. Not putting attention to this aspect, the government of our country has introduced harwam pictures in registration process leading men and women to commit major (kabirwa) sins. Besides, women maintaining Hijab are also not able to maintain it since they are also bound to submit their photos for the purpose of buying or selling properties. Na’oozubillah!

Mujaddide A’azwam Ha’drat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “The present government which came into power with the promises of ‘Dreams of making digital Bangladesh’ and ‘there shall be no laws passed against Qur’an Shareef and Sunnah Shareef’ should introduce laws to use digital finger print system in registration of deeds and to discard the use of photos.”

Mujaddide A’azwam Ha’drat Murshid Qibla ‘Alaihis Salaam says, “No rulers come to the world to rule forever. Those who introduce anti- Shari’ah laws in the country will have to face tough questioning after their deaths. Therefore, they must perform Khwalis (genuine) Tawba before their demise or else extreme harassments and abashments are waiting for them.”

The Daily Al Ihsan, 10 January, 2012

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