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Role of Muhtasib, Concept of State
Role of Muhtasib lay in upholding the moral standards of the Islamic state. He was like a supervisor who had to look over a number of public activities such as trade and commerce, traffic, eating houses, education and much more. It was his duty to see to it that all activities were carried out according to the laws laid down by the Sharia and were not in violation of the same.
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