What does Shaykh ‘Abdul-Muhsin al-‘Abbaad al-Badar say regarding the Tabligi Jamat?
The Imaam and Muhaddith, Shaykh ‘Abdul-Muhsin al-‘Abbaad al-Badar on the Innovated Tableeghee Manhaj and the Innovator Who Founded Them
The Shaykh said: As for Jamaa’at ut-Tableegh, then first of all, they have abominable affairs and it is an innovated manhaj. And it emerged from Delhi, it did not emerge from Makkah and nor Madeenah, rather, its origin and source is Delhi in India.
And India, as is well-known, is full of khuraafaat (heretical superstitions) and full of bida’, even if there may be many from Ahl us-Sunnah and those who are upon the Sunnah and the correct way, like Jamaa’at Ahl ul-Hadeeth, who are amongst the best of people in that land…
…And their founder (i.e. of the Tableegh) is from the people of innovation and from the people of the Soofee orders and from the deviants in ‘aqeedah, so it (the Tableegh) is an innovation and heresy.
In those lands, it (Jamaa’at ut-Tableegh) is found to be relying upon these affairs which have been placed down by their founder for this order. And in their ‘aqeedah they are deviants, and in their order as well they have amongst them the Soofiyyah, and amongst them are the Ashaa’irah – those who are are not upon the manhaj of Ahl us-Sunnah wal-Jamaa’ah, neither in ‘aqeedah, nor in sulook (i.e. way and characteristics).
 He is Muhammad Illiyaas al-Kandahlawee, whose Bida’, shirkiyyaat, and khuraafaat will be discussed later, in shaa’ Allaah.
 Meaning that the innovations laid down by Illiyaas are the source of “guidance” upon which they firmly place their reliance, and the refuge is with Allaah.