Uniform Civil Code or Secularism

  • Aditi Mishra and Gurbaaz Singh Puri
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  • Aditi Mishra

    Student at Christ University (School of law), India

  • Gurbaaz Singh Puri

    Student at Christ University (School of law), India

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In the recent developments related to the need of reforms in the personal laws and the directive of constitution to secure its through Uniform Civil Code (UCC). Abolishment of Triple Talaq have given Muslim Women a sense of security in the marriage which they never had before. UCC is basically an attempt to cut away any prejudices and discrimination against vulnerable groups in the society. In the recent times we have also seen the role played by the judiciary in abolishing law that are discriminative in nature and provides ground for injustice. Although there has been no solid step taken in this regard as of now. There have been unresolved debates related to freedom of religion and how with the UCC the freedom of religion is threatened. However Supreme Court in its recent observations have made it pretty clear that Uniform Civil do not violate ‘Right to Religion’


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 916 - 927

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111408

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