An inhabitant of Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr on Monday recorded an appeal to in the Supreme Court looking for cancelation of Nikah Halala – rehearsed among Muslims.
The peak court has labeled this appeal, by Farzana, alongside other comparable petitions.
Throughout the end of the week, a comparative request of was documented under the watchful eye of the pinnacle court looking for its course to proclaim Polygamy and Nikah Halala “unlawful and illegal” for being violative of Articles 14, 15, 21 and 25 of the Constitution.
The lady who documented the appeal to asserted that she had been illicitly separated by her significant other, abandoning her and their girl with no methods for living or money related help.
Subsequently, she recorded the appeal to encouraging the zenith court to proclaim additional legal talaq as a remorselessness under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), nikah-halala as an offense under Section 375 of the IPC, and polygamy as an offense under Section 494 of the IPC, 1860.
The act of Nikah-Halala requires a separated from lady to wed another person, perfect the marriage and after that get a separation keeping in mind the end goal to again wed her first spouse under the Muslim individual law.