Some people are maintaining a silence on this issue. "This reminds me of the scene in the Mahabharata in which Draupadi is being disrobed and she asks a question to the gathering as to who is responsible for this incident, this sin?"
Venting her anger and frustration, the woman hailing from Kichha further said when converted to Hindu, men would not be able to divorce them just by uttering the word "talaq" thrice.
"At this", the CM continued, "Vidhur answered: those who have committed the crime, those who are their accomplices and also those who maintained silence [are equally responsible]".
The Chief Minister was speaking at an event to release a book on late Prime Minister Chandrashekhar.
Dehradun: Amid raging debate over the issue of triple talaq, a Muslim woman has hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's efforts to bring change for the sufferers of the practice.
"We do not want that there is conflict within the Muslim community over this issue".
He slammed those who were against uniform civil code, questioning why should there be two laws when the entire country was one.
Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mehli also informed about the moral code of conduct, which will solve the misunderstanding with regard to the triple talaq issue. "Chandra Shekhar ji ne kaha tha ke agar hamare faujdaari ke maamle aur shaadi vivaah samaan hai to Uniform Civil Code kyun nahi? Politics should be done within the limits of the nation and constitution".
What we have to do is that if there are any scial evils, we have to wake up the society and make efforts to provide justice to them (Muslim women).
President of the All India Muslim Woman Personal Law Board Shaista Amber said, "Talaq should not be compared to disrobing of Draupadi". Triple talaq is wrong, and the also the tendency to remain silent on this issue.
"These men need to be restrained from treating women like a commodity; and a common civil code will instill the fear of law in them; this frivolous law of triple "talaq" is totally anti-women", asserts Alia.