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  • Re: Personal law not subject to court validation

    by » 7 years ago


    This discussion to my mind is missing the wood from the trees. Muslim personal law is followed only in a few nations. People forget the actions of kemal Ataturk, who modernised Turkey.  ALL the western nations do not allow anyone  to practice their  personal law and everybody accept it. there is nothing holy about personal law and can be changed any time.


  • Re: Personal law not subject to court validation

    by » 7 years ago


    We as a nation have neither the will power nor the courage to do anything right ! No wonder our leaders go one step further and only talk but never act because no one is willing to bell the cat !


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Personal law not subject to court validation

    by » 7 years ago


    A Politician in this Country talks,when he is in need of Votes. Appears only when he's in need of Votes. R.K Laxman, the eminent Cartoonist has drawn a Cartoon, wherein, two villagers were depicted.One day, when they had seen, their MLA approaching their village for the first time, after being elected, one of the villagers say, " It seems, it's time for elections."

    This says all.


  • Re: Personal law not subject to court validation

    by » 7 years ago


    If any thing has exposed us in the most ridiculous light it is this very issue of framing a uniform personal code for our land. Woolly thinking,sheer political opportunism and above all complete dishonesty of our political leaders have condemned a vast section of women to a life which is bound to raise frown in civilized world. We have committed ourselves under the Constitutional mandate to make equality before law as the cornerstone of our fundamental rights.Yet years,decades pass by us! Politicians continue to subvert the constitutional objectives working in a way which is completly at odds with the basic scheme of our Constitution.Their pontification,equivocation. and prevarication on the issue came in for sharp reprimand

    from the Apex court in so many rulings but who cares a damn????


    Thank you said by: usha manohar

  • Re: Personal law not subject to court validation

    by » 7 years ago


    well i think if the local minister and leaders will go to each house and settle the disputes or the problems between them and his/her family members then it will a great help in controlling the problems in an area and thus stop a little burden to the court 


    bhuyali saroj


  • Re: Personal law not subject to court validation

    by » 7 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:
    usha manohar wrote:

    Nothing is written on stone afteral religion is man made and laws were written based on the times they were written and to hold on to that and continue with the same old laws makes life difficult for everyone around them. This is precisely why we need a uniform civil code and uniform laws regardless f religion - accept it or lump it ! Will the political parties think on those lines ?

    I think the people who make and govern these laws consider themselves to be the most superior beings, perhaps second only to God and they cherish the power that they feel rests in their hands. So the problem would be if this power was taken away, they would be reduced to being common people who would not then be able to exercise their superiority over others. It is probably this reason why they refuse to accept the uniform civil law. And most political parties refuse to play the hardball against thsi simply for vote bank politics.

    Usha@Every citizen of Indian have equal right than why law is differ for followers of different religion. It is the only region for one law for all citizens.

    @Kalyani, Human are Scrupulous by nature, it is the only region that Pandits and Mullas playing role of superior one for centuries. Cast, religion, reservation all these are weapons of politicians, how they can quit these.

     


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