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Triple Talaq row: Hearing continues in the Supreme Court today

SC had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue

ANI  |  New Delhi 

Huge gathering of Muslims during 25th All India Muslim Personal Law Board Conference at Park Circus Maidan in Kolkata. Photo: PTI
Huge gathering of Muslims during 25th All India Muslim Personal Law Board Conference at Park Circus Maidan in Kolkata. Photo: PTI

The on Thursday is likely to frame a series of issues from a legal perspective and clear aspects in the legislative domain on and polygamy in the Muslim community.

The apex court had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue.

The top court had also made it clear that it wants to adjudicate on the issue as it is a matter involving a person's human rights.

The on February 14 termed 'triple talaq' as an issue of human rights, and said that it will not hear the petitions related to Uniform Civil Code along with it as it was a different matter altogether.

"It's a matter of human rights, so we would deal with it properly," the court said.

The apex court also said that it would pass an order and dispose of the petitions on May 11, regarding the validity of case.

A bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India, Justice said so after hearing the plea filed by one Shayara Banu, who had moved the apex court challenging the validity of

Several women have filed a petition before the seeking the quashing of the practice. The Central Government has also told the top court that it is against gender injustice and for equality between men and women under the Constitution.

One of the petitioner's Shayara 38, stirred a hornet's nest after she moved the to challenge the under Muslim personal law, under which a man simply has to utter 'talaq' thrice to divorce his wife.

Shayara has also challenged in the apex court the concept of 'nikah-halal', under which a woman must consummate another marriage in order to go back to her first husband if she wants to. She also wants to outlaw polygamy within a Muslim marriage.

In December last year, the termed the Islamic practice of divorcing a woman by uttering the word "talaq" thrice as unconstitutional.

The court further observed that the practice sanctioned under Muslim Personal Law that governs marriage, property and divorce violates the rights of Muslim women.

"is unconstitutional, it violates the rights of Muslim women," ruled the High Court, adding that no personal law board is above the Constitution.

However, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has defended the practice, saying it is better to divorce a woman than kill her. The rights bestowed by religion can't be questioned in a court of law, it said.

Triple Talaq row: Hearing continues in the Supreme Court today

SC had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue

SC had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue
The on Thursday is likely to frame a series of issues from a legal perspective and clear aspects in the legislative domain on and polygamy in the Muslim community.

The apex court had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue.

The top court had also made it clear that it wants to adjudicate on the issue as it is a matter involving a person's human rights.

The on February 14 termed 'triple talaq' as an issue of human rights, and said that it will not hear the petitions related to Uniform Civil Code along with it as it was a different matter altogether.

"It's a matter of human rights, so we would deal with it properly," the court said.

The apex court also said that it would pass an order and dispose of the petitions on May 11, regarding the validity of case.

A bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India, Justice said so after hearing the plea filed by one Shayara Banu, who had moved the apex court challenging the validity of

Several women have filed a petition before the seeking the quashing of the practice. The Central Government has also told the top court that it is against gender injustice and for equality between men and women under the Constitution.

One of the petitioner's Shayara 38, stirred a hornet's nest after she moved the to challenge the under Muslim personal law, under which a man simply has to utter 'talaq' thrice to divorce his wife.

Shayara has also challenged in the apex court the concept of 'nikah-halal', under which a woman must consummate another marriage in order to go back to her first husband if she wants to. She also wants to outlaw polygamy within a Muslim marriage.

In December last year, the termed the Islamic practice of divorcing a woman by uttering the word "talaq" thrice as unconstitutional.

The court further observed that the practice sanctioned under Muslim Personal Law that governs marriage, property and divorce violates the rights of Muslim women.

"is unconstitutional, it violates the rights of Muslim women," ruled the High Court, adding that no personal law board is above the Constitution.

However, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has defended the practice, saying it is better to divorce a woman than kill her. The rights bestowed by religion can't be questioned in a court of law, it said.
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Triple Talaq row: Hearing continues in the Supreme Court today

SC had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue

The on Thursday is likely to frame a series of issues from a legal perspective and clear aspects in the legislative domain on and polygamy in the Muslim community.

The apex court had earlier clarified in its last hearing that it would not get into the common civil code issue.

The top court had also made it clear that it wants to adjudicate on the issue as it is a matter involving a person's human rights.

The on February 14 termed 'triple talaq' as an issue of human rights, and said that it will not hear the petitions related to Uniform Civil Code along with it as it was a different matter altogether.

"It's a matter of human rights, so we would deal with it properly," the court said.

The apex court also said that it would pass an order and dispose of the petitions on May 11, regarding the validity of case.

A bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India, Justice said so after hearing the plea filed by one Shayara Banu, who had moved the apex court challenging the validity of

Several women have filed a petition before the seeking the quashing of the practice. The Central Government has also told the top court that it is against gender injustice and for equality between men and women under the Constitution.

One of the petitioner's Shayara 38, stirred a hornet's nest after she moved the to challenge the under Muslim personal law, under which a man simply has to utter 'talaq' thrice to divorce his wife.

Shayara has also challenged in the apex court the concept of 'nikah-halal', under which a woman must consummate another marriage in order to go back to her first husband if she wants to. She also wants to outlaw polygamy within a Muslim marriage.

In December last year, the termed the Islamic practice of divorcing a woman by uttering the word "talaq" thrice as unconstitutional.

The court further observed that the practice sanctioned under Muslim Personal Law that governs marriage, property and divorce violates the rights of Muslim women.

"is unconstitutional, it violates the rights of Muslim women," ruled the High Court, adding that no personal law board is above the Constitution.

However, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board has defended the practice, saying it is better to divorce a woman than kill her. The rights bestowed by religion can't be questioned in a court of law, it said.

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