Friday, 29 December 2017

Tin talak| Landmark Triple Talaq Bill Clears Lok Sabha In Rajya Sabha Next 10 Points

Tin talak| Landmark Triple Talaq Bill Clears Lok Sabha In Rajya Sabha Next 10 Points

The Congress is on the horns of a problem. While it took after a strategy of pacification towards Muslims in yesteryears and did not offer in to pandering to the Hindu vote bank – but to particular segments like the Dalits or Other Backward Classes – the Gujarat Assembly race battle demonstrated that it is moving towards charming the Hindus in general more diligently.

There was no greater evidence of it than the newly-anointed president of the party Rahul Gandhi's sudden burst of interest in visiting Hindu temples in the state and the assertion of his Hindu identity.

The Lok Sabha has passed a landmark bill that makes instant "triple talaq" a criminal offence and proposes a three-year jail term for a Muslim man who divorces his wife by uttering the word "talaq" thrice. The bill will now be introduced in the Rajya Sabha, possibly on Monday or Tuesday, where it is expected to face rough weather, with several parties opposing it; its passage in the Lok Sabha was smooth given the big majority the government has in the lower house.

10 Points of Triple Talaq Bill

1 The administration has called it a "notable day for India." Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a gathering of BJP parliamentarians toward the beginning of today that he trusts the bill will be passed in the two places of parliament with the accord of all gatherings.

2 Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, who presented the bill in the Lok Sabha and later wrapped up an open deliberation on it on Thursday, asked the house to pass the bill "for the sisters of the Muslim people group, for the respect of ladies, sex balance," dismissing claims of political move by the decision BJP saying, "We don't take choices to accumulate votes. We presented the bill after the Supreme Court called triple talaq illicit."

3 Several gatherings that have restricted the bill swore off voting in the Lok Sabha. Among them were the Biju Janata Dal, AIADMK and the Trinamool Congress. The BJD has 20 MPs, AIADMK 37 and Trimamool 33 in the Lok Sabha.

4 All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) boss Asaduddin Owaisi looked for six alterations in the bill in the Lok Sabha and demanded a division of votes or voting recorded on a machine on them to make a political point. He has charged that the bill "does treachery to Muslim ladies," abuses the Right to Freedom and that Muslims were not counseled in its drafting.

5 The Congress has underscored that it underpins "any move to abrogate the Triple Talaq," however has scrutinized the correctional facility term arrangement asking how a man in jail will accommodate the lady and youngsters he has surrendered utilizing the triple talaq. It likewise needs some different changes in the bill, expressing on Thursday that it would lean toward an audit of the proposed enactment by a parliamentary board.

6 Sources said the fundamental restriction party is probably going to look for corrections to the bill in the Rajya Sabha, where the administration is in a minority thus the resistance's solicitations for changes are probably going to be passed. The bill should be sent to a parliamentary board of trustees for survey and is probably not going to be passed in the winter session. The two houses should clear the bill for it to end up law.

7 Already the government side is depleted in the Rajya Sabha, with the "Triple Talaq" bill being opposed by parties like the Biju Janata Dal and AIADMK, considered government-friendly as they regularly help it pass bills. 

8 Parliamentary affairs minister Ananth Kumar said after the BJP meet this morning that the government is trying to evolve a consensus on the bill to push it through the Rajya Sabha by talking to different parties.

9 The Supreme Court had in August this year ruled that the "Triple Talaq" is unconstitutional. Muslim women had petitioned the court, arguing that practice of husbands divorcing them through "Triple Talaq", including by Skype and WhatsApp, not only violated their rights but also left many women destitute.

10 "Only a law can explicitly ban Triple Talaq, we have to enforce legal procedures to provide allowance and protect custody of children," said Ravi Shankar Prasad as he introduced the bill on Thursday, noting that the practice has continued despite the Supreme Court order.  

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