The Common Civil Code may soon be implemented in the country. Union Home Minister Amit Shah gave these pointers on his visit to Bhopal on Friday. He held a meeting with the core committee at the party office of the BJP. In the meeting, Shah said – issues like CAA, Ram Mandir, Article 370 and triple talaq have been decided. Now it is the turn of the Common Civil Code.
He also informed that the Common Civil Code is being implemented in Uttarakhand as a pilot project. Draft is being prepared. Whatever is left, everything will be fine. You guys don’t do any such thing which will harm the party.
Earlier, he asked the senior leaders of the state whether all was well in the country? After this he discussed the issue of Common Civil Code. Shah also revealed that before the next elections, Rahul Gandhi will become the President of the Congress, but there is no need to worry about it. Now Congress will go further down. There is no challenge.
State President VD Sharma, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan along with all the big leaders were present in this meeting. Shah returned to Delhi by a Border Security Force (BSF) aircraft. Jyotiraditya Scindia and MP Rakesh Singh also accompanied him.
What is Common Civil Code?
With its implementation, social issues like marriage, divorce, succession, adoption will come under a common law in the country. There will be no court or separate system on the basis of religion. Article 44 of the constitution gives the power to make it. It can be implemented only by the Central Government through Parliament.
Before the meeting with all the big leaders, ministers, MLAs in the party, Shah held the chief minister, state in-charge Murlidhar Rao, Pankaja Munde, Hitanand Sharma, Kailash Vijayvargiya, Jyotiraditya Scindia, in the room of state president VD Sharma. Spoke on important issues with Prahlad Patel etc.
Before independence, separate laws were implemented for Hindus and Muslims. Women were the first to stand up against it. Then BJP included it in its three main issues. The issue was also included in the manifesto of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
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