The Supreme Court yesterday sought responses from the government, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and others on a petition to restrain the board from establishing a parallel Muslim judicial system. The petition was filed in the wake of a fatwa issued by Darul Uloom of Deoband in UP against a Muslim woman who was allegedly raped by her father-in-law. A Supreme Court bench of judges Y.K. Sabharwal and A.K. Mathur also sought responses from the governments of UP, Haryana, Assam, MP, Rajasthan, Delhi and West Bengal, Darul Uloom and Mumbai-based Muslims for Secular Democracy.