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India is a democracy which grants equal rights to all its citizens with commitment to protect the minorities. In our bid to protect minorities, we have forgotten the minority among minorities, i.e., muslim women.

They are daughters of this country and therefore entitled to all the protection that our constitution provides to the daughters of this country. Currently, they are being discriminated against by the virtue of Muslim Personal Law. As per Muslim Personal Law, the muslim women in India are governed by Shariat Law. This law deprives muslim women of the right to not share their husband, right to get married only after 18 years of age, right to equality in marriage and right to have maintenance after divorce. This also deprives the muslim women of protection from whimsical divorce.

This has led to an unprecedented situation where a minority (muslim woman) is being persecuted by another minority (muslim man). This is against the spirit of constitution.

We appeal to you to revoke the Muslim Personal Law and bring all the civil matters related to marriage and other with the exception of cultural rites connected with birth, marriage and death under the purview of a Uniform Civil Code which should be modeled on Hindu Marriage Act as that provides maximum protection to women. While doing so, if the Hindu Marriage Act can also be modified to provide more protection then the same should be done and all the personal laws like Hindu Marriage Act, Muslim Personal Law should be declared null and void as in a secular state, no religion based personal law should be allowed.

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  • 25 December 2015150. Puneet A
    pply common civil code
  • 21 December 2015149. Ritesh B
    india is a democratic country even special crieria for states like for j&k should be removied
  • 07 December 2015148. Kapil Bates
    I support this petition
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  • 12 October 2015143. Mahesh K
    I support this petition
  • 09 October 2015142. Mohit Buchanan
    Even in this age we are allowing polygamy, Muslim personal laws are real shame to India.
  • 17 September 2015141. T Wells
    Unsecular to have such a law board.
  • 16 September 2015140. Mangesh Andrade
    I support this petition
  • 07 September 2015139. Umang Bullock
    I support this petition
  • 06 September 2015138. Surajit D
    We know that our protest will fall on deaf ears, but that does not make us forego our democratic right to protest. Certain provisions of the Muslim Personal Law are draconian; they do gross injustice to Muslim women. As such, different sets of laws for di
  • 04 September 2015137. Nishant K
    equality is must, Muslim women deserves better rights
  • 13 July 2015136. Naveen K
    Muslim personal law board is a disgrace to the worlds biggest democracy
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    I support this petition
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    I support this petition
  • 27 May 2015132. Divyanshu J
    Mulim Marriage law must also change
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    I support this petition
  • 25 April 2015128. Rohini Hurley
    Signed...VANDE MATARAM
  • 15 April 2015127. Abhishek Booth
    One country one rule.
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    I support this petition
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    I support this petition
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Carmela KochBy:
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