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इंडियन आवाज़     03 Mar 2021 01:40:18      انڈین آواز

Jamaat welcomes Law Commission’s assertion about UCC

JIH PRESS

AMN / New Delhi

Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) today welcomed the Law Commission’s assertion that a Uniform Civil Code is neither necessary nor desirable.

Talking to media persons the Secretary-General of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Muhammad Salim Engineer said that: “We welcome the Law Commission’s assertion that a Uniform Civil Code is neither necessary nor desirable” He however, said ‘we do not favor any changes and reforms in the personal law as suggested by the panel.’

The Law Commission yesterday said that Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is neither necessary nor desirable at this stage.

The Commission, led by former Supreme Court judge Justice B.S. Chauhan, in a 185-page consultation paper, said “cultural diversity cannot be compromised to the extent that our urge for uniformity itself becomes a reason for threat to the territorial integrity of the nation”.

In its report on Uniform Civil Code and reforms in personal laws of all religion which was released today, the Law Commission observed that 1. Uniform Civil Code UCC is neither necessary nor desirable at this stage. 2. Current personal laws need reforms. Need to maintain harmony between religious customs and fundamental rights.

The JIH Vice President, Nusrat Ali briefed media about flood relief in Kerala. “Kerala has been hit by massive flood and landslides due to heavy rains. The Kerala Chapter of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind along with its associated organizations swung into action and carried out relentless relief and rescue activities. Full-time work was carried out by the (Ideal Relief Wing) IRW volunteers who even managed to reach those areas where the government machinery could not, like Adivasi colonies etc.” he said that hundreds of volunteers actively engaged in relief activities risking their lives. After returning back from the visit and assessing the situation of relief operations in Kerala we have re-issued an appeal to all sections of society for providing more support and aid for those affected by the floods.

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