Minorities Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abaas Naqvi said, those who opposed making the social evil of instant triple talaq a crime or raised questions on removal of restrictions on Muslim women travelling alone for Haj are "professional protesters" of the essence of the Indian Constitution.
In her complaint, Razia Bano has alleged that Tasabbul gave her talaq as her family could not fulfill dowry demands, Hathgam Station House Officer (SHO) A K Gautam said.
The woman also alleged that her husband beat her and forced her to leave the house, and attempts were made to set her ablaze, the official said.
The competent court must hear the married Muslim woman, who has made the complaint, before granting the anticipatory bail, the bench said
Speaking to Outlook, Surendran said that the minority community has reposed faith in the Central government and its development programs.
The woman, who lives with her father, in a letter addressed to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, requested intervention in the matter and help get justice.
The woman, Safia Bano, in her complaint to police alleged that her in-laws beat her for more dowry
The woman, aged 31, had earlier gone to Dubai for a job and recently to Ahmednagar.
Be it triple talaq, halala or polygamy, women are always at the receiving end.
The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act prohibits the practice of instant divorce by Muslim men. Any violation of the law is punishable by jail term of up to three years.
The Rs 20 lakh crore economic package, the Ram temple issue, abrogation of Article 370 from Kashmir, ban on triple talaq are some of the issues explained in detail in the letter that BJP will distribute door-to-door in UP.
Referring to the Supreme Court's unanimous judgement on the Ram temple in Ayodhya, PM Modi said it brought an amicable end to a debate persisting for centuries.
Assuring the triple talaq victims that their grievances will be redressed, CM Yogi Adityanath, in a stern warning to the police, said they too would be punished if it was found that they failed to perform their duty.
On the economic front, the government has shown a moon-walk-like approach--unsure of the terrain that it is stepping into, while blasting away on the political front with unknown consequences.
Salman Khurshid, who was appearing for one of the petitioners, told the bench that there were many dimensions, including making the practice a punishable offence and jail term of up to three years, which was required to be examined by the top court.
Coming down heavily on the Congress, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the party has 'no shame' as it continues to oppose the law on triple talaq.
The woman, who was married three years ago, said that her husband took away their children and pushed her out of the house.
Speaking to the media at the Assam Secretariat in Guwahati, the Dhubri MP said the government should, instead, work towards the development of women in the real sense.
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