Delhi HC dismisses plea challenging Triple Talaq ordinance


September 28, 2018

A bench of Chief Justice of Delhi High Court Rajendra Menon and Justice V. Kameswar Rao said that “once the Supreme Court says the act is unconstitutional, it’s for the central government to decide”
The petition filed by advocate Shahid Azad.
“The ordinance is arbitrary and unnecessary bringing a draconian, illogical, unreasonable and vague legislation through the route of ordinance shows a lack of respect for parliament and the people whose faith lies in India’s secular constitution,” the plea said.

Last week, the Union Cabinet approved an ordinance making triple talaq a criminal offence and it was promulgated by the President.

Source : Daily Hunt



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