AIMPLB STRONGLY OPPOSES THE LAW COMMISION QUESTIONNAIRE REGARDING UNIFORM CIVIL CODE
New Delhi: Law commission has published a questionnaire on their website seeking the consensus over the proposed changes in the Uniform Civil Code in the Article 44 of Indian Constitution.
This questionnaire has sparked a row between the Central Government and AIMPLB which doesn’t seem to be settled in few months ahead.
Union government argued in the Supreme Court that the Central Government want to safeguard the right of women belong to the Muslim religion. And it anticipates this proposal as an strong mechanism to end the sufferings caused to muslim women due to the triple talaq system where in a muslim man possess all the freedom to confer divorce to a woman by just speaking talaq for three times.
All India Muslim Personal Law Board’s General Secretary Maulana Wali Rahmani cleared their stand on issue of implementing the Uniform Civil Code on the followers of Islam religion in India in the context of the triple talaq. AIMPLB is determined to boycott this proposal of the Central Government.
He added, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to cover up his failure of governance during the past two and a half years. Rather than resolving the international security issues, he is planning to invoking a new debate within the country. India is a country of different religions which follow their own traditions and culture and no single code can be imposed on different religions. ”