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"NCW ready to submit its opinion on triple talaq if SC asks"

Press Trust of India  |  Coimbatore 

The today said it was ready to submit its opinion on abolition of triple talaq if the Supreme asked for it.

"As such NCW is against triple talaq.. It should go and it should be abolished," NCW member Rekha Sharma told reporters here to a question whether it (NCW) will offer its opinion on the issue if the apex asked.



Rekha said many women had suffered and continued to suffer due to this practice and that is why NCW wanted it to be done away with.

Moreover, the NCW Chairperson had questioned the absence of a woman in the Supreme bench hearing the triple talaq issue, Rekha, who is here for a two-day public hearing on women-related cases, said.

Alleging lack of coordination from police, she said it delayed action in many cases for want of FIRs.

Stating that about 33,000 cases remain unresolved in the commission, mostly from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal, she said situation in the South was far better.

With regard to Tamil Nadu, she said 90 per cent of the cases have been resolved.

During the public hearing, the commission resolved 100 cases in Chennai and 35 cases out of 40 in Coimbatore district, Rekha said.

A five-judge bench, made up of judges from different religious communities, Sikh, Christian, Parsi, Hindu and Muslim, is hearing on a batch of pleas challenging the constitutional validity of 'triple talaq,' 'nikah halala' and polygamy practices among Muslims

The apex has fixed a six-day schedule for hearing, in which three days are available for those challenging triple talaq and three days for those defending it.

The Centre had on October 7 last opposed in the Supreme the practice of triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy among Muslims and favoured a relook on grounds like gender equality and secularism.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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"NCW ready to submit its opinion on triple talaq if SC asks"

The National Commission for Women today said it was ready to submit its opinion on abolition of triple talaq if the Supreme Court asked for it. "As such NCW is against triple talaq.. It should go and it should be abolished," NCW member Rekha Sharma told reporters here to a question whether it (NCW) will offer its opinion on the issue if the apex court asked. Rekha said many women had suffered and continued to suffer due to this practice and that is why NCW wanted it to be done away with. Moreover, the NCW Chairperson had questioned the absence of a woman in the Supreme Court bench hearing the triple talaq issue, Rekha, who is here for a two-day public hearing on women-related cases, said. Alleging lack of coordination from police, she said it delayed action in many cases for want of FIRs. Stating that about 33,000 cases remain unresolved in the commission, mostly from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana and West Bengal, she said situation in the South was far better. With ... The today said it was ready to submit its opinion on abolition of triple talaq if the Supreme asked for it.

"As such NCW is against triple talaq.. It should go and it should be abolished," NCW member Rekha Sharma told reporters here to a question whether it (NCW) will offer its opinion on the issue if the apex asked.

Rekha said many women had suffered and continued to suffer due to this practice and that is why NCW wanted it to be done away with.

Moreover, the NCW Chairperson had questioned the absence of a woman in the Supreme bench hearing the triple talaq issue, Rekha, who is here for a two-day public hearing on women-related cases, said.

Alleging lack of coordination from police, she said it delayed action in many cases for want of FIRs.

Stating that about 33,000 cases remain unresolved in the commission, mostly from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal, she said situation in the South was far better.

With regard to Tamil Nadu, she said 90 per cent of the cases have been resolved.

During the public hearing, the commission resolved 100 cases in Chennai and 35 cases out of 40 in Coimbatore district, Rekha said.

A five-judge bench, made up of judges from different religious communities, Sikh, Christian, Parsi, Hindu and Muslim, is hearing on a batch of pleas challenging the constitutional validity of 'triple talaq,' 'nikah halala' and polygamy practices among Muslims

The apex has fixed a six-day schedule for hearing, in which three days are available for those challenging triple talaq and three days for those defending it.

The Centre had on October 7 last opposed in the Supreme the practice of triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy among Muslims and favoured a relook on grounds like gender equality and secularism.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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"NCW ready to submit its opinion on triple talaq if SC asks"

The today said it was ready to submit its opinion on abolition of triple talaq if the Supreme asked for it.

"As such NCW is against triple talaq.. It should go and it should be abolished," NCW member Rekha Sharma told reporters here to a question whether it (NCW) will offer its opinion on the issue if the apex asked.

Rekha said many women had suffered and continued to suffer due to this practice and that is why NCW wanted it to be done away with.

Moreover, the NCW Chairperson had questioned the absence of a woman in the Supreme bench hearing the triple talaq issue, Rekha, who is here for a two-day public hearing on women-related cases, said.

Alleging lack of coordination from police, she said it delayed action in many cases for want of FIRs.

Stating that about 33,000 cases remain unresolved in the commission, mostly from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal, she said situation in the South was far better.

With regard to Tamil Nadu, she said 90 per cent of the cases have been resolved.

During the public hearing, the commission resolved 100 cases in Chennai and 35 cases out of 40 in Coimbatore district, Rekha said.

A five-judge bench, made up of judges from different religious communities, Sikh, Christian, Parsi, Hindu and Muslim, is hearing on a batch of pleas challenging the constitutional validity of 'triple talaq,' 'nikah halala' and polygamy practices among Muslims

The apex has fixed a six-day schedule for hearing, in which three days are available for those challenging triple talaq and three days for those defending it.

The Centre had on October 7 last opposed in the Supreme the practice of triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy among Muslims and favoured a relook on grounds like gender equality and secularism.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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