The Union Cabinet last week approved a proposal to raise the minimum legal age of marriage for girls from 18 to 21 years.
AIMPLB had demanded punishment to those, who showed disrespect to the holy figures, from the government, and also a legislation to tackle the issue.
The Muslim board said the UCC was antithetical to the fundamental right to practice religion as enshrined in the Constitution.
AIMPLB asked the parents, guardians, representatives of mosques, and madrassas should take steps to stop inter-religious marriages.
Ansari, 53, along with several other local Muslim leaders had recently said the five acres of land to be allocated for building a mosque as per the landmark verdict.
Hundreds of burqa-clad women participated in the silent protest holding placards printed with slogans opposing the bill.
Ayodhya dispute: Day after Sri Sri pitches for out of court settlement, AIMPLB general secretary says only court order acceptable
Sri Sri's statement that after court's decision situation of the country can become like Syria and Muslims should leave their claim on Ayodhya is threat to Muslims and the court both.
AIMPLB secretary Maulana Umrain Mehfooz Rahmani reiterated that the board did not change its stance on Babri Masjid and said the Masjid is the property of Allah and cannot be given to anyone.
The board also alleged that the legislation was an attempt to ban the entire system of talaq and deny Muslim husbands the right to divorce.
The apex body of Indian Muslims on Thursday demanded contempt of court proceedings against those speaking of building Ram temple at the site of the demolished Babri Masjid in Ayodhya.
The development comes at a time when the government is making a strong pitch for the passage of bill that criminalises triple talaq.
A member of the board, Maulana Ata Ur Rehman Rashdi, said the work of the Supreme Court is to make decisions within the purview of law and not to ‘make’ the law.
Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had tabled the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill in the Rajya Sabha which witnessed heated exchanges between the opposition and BJP.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board has started talks with Muslim MPs from Opposition parties, urging them to stall the passage of the bill in the Parliament.
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) today expressed serious reservations over the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill which was passed by the Lok Sabha.