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Triple Talaq Bill passed for safety of Muslim Women in Lok Sabha

Triple Talaq Bill passed for safety of Muslim Women in Lok Sabha
Triple Talaq Bill passed for safety of Muslim Women in Lok Sabha
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New Delhi sources stated that the Lok Sabha had passed the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, 2018 that makes instant triple talaq or talaq-e-biddat a criminal offence, with a jail term of up to three years with a fine.



Meanwhile the bill, which seeks to replace an ordinance promulgated in September prohibiting divorce by pronouncing "talaq" by the husband, was passed after over four hour discussion that saw some heated exchanges between the opposition and treasury benches. Reportedly before a vote on the bill, the Congress and the AIADMK staged a walkout over the government not accepting their demand to refer it to a joint select committee of the Parliament.

Triple Talaq Bill passed for safety of Muslim Women in Lok Sabha

Furthermore the bill makes instant triple talaq a cognizable offence, attracting up to three years' imprisonment with a fine. Moreover the offence will be cognizable if information relating to the offence is given by the married woman against whom talaq has been pronounced or any person related to her by blood or marriage. Perhaps the proposed law would be applicable to the entire country, except in Jammu and Kashmir. 


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