Thursday, October 13, 2016

Re: [IAC#RG] Law Commission seeks inputs on UCC

Dear Mr. S.Roy.
You must participate whole heartily. But in my view we have to be first clear what are the civil rights you want to codify. Civil rights like liberty equality are all covered by the fundamental rights. Here it is basically concerned with religious rights including marriage divorce property rights and all. They have played havoc with Hindu laws in a hurried manner. They recognise spindas and customary laws yet they they refuse it on the ground that they do not form a core of the religion. The same problem will happen whether it is Islam or christiniaty. And the politicians do it without proper consultation with religious and social institutions. It should be much large and long process of consultations. Nehru did it for Hindus because they can be managed and left Muslim fearing backlash. In the name of progess and modernity which are basically western thoughts let us not sacrifice basic core values of our future traditions and way of life and hand over all our civil rights to the govt. And courts from birth to death and thereafter.Regds JK gaur

On 10 Oct 2016 23:51, Sarbajit Roy <> wrote:
If our members wish we can discuss the Law Commission's UCC questionnaire which is accessible here


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