The 16th term of Lok Sabha had seen a lot of discussion about Muslim women’s rights, especially in the context of Triple Talaq.
The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Ordinance was first notified on September 19 last year, hours after the Union Cabinet had cleared it.
The decision of AIMPLB is being seen in the perspective of the new triple talaq rules which make it a criminal offence with a jail term to the accused.
Opposition parties and some community leaders have claimed that jail term for a man for divorcing his wife is legally untenable.
The woman, Afreen Bi, a resident of Sirpur Kankad area of Indore, told PTI Wednesday that she will fight a legal battle against this "injustice".
The bill will lapse on June 3 with the dissolution of the present Lok Sabha.
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The opposition had been opposing provisions of the two bills in Rajya Sabha where the government lacks numbers.
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Most leaders opposed the criminalisation of triple talaq and the provision of three-year jail to the husband.
Dev alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had created an atmosphere pitting Muslim women against Muslim men through the triple talaq law.
Under the proposed law, giving instant triple talaq will be illegal and void and will attract a jail term of three years for the husband.
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The team requested Rahul to ensure that the Congress does not walk out of the debate on the bill in the Upper House and make sure that it is defeated with the help of like- minded parties.
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The government will make efforts to pass contentious bills on citizenship and triple talaq, even as stiff opposition to these proposed legislations has denied them the parliamentary approval so far.
The victim also accused her in-laws of beating her as she was not was not met their demands of dowry at the time of the marriage.
This session, before May general elections, is crucial as the government prepares for vote-on-account in the possible absence of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who is abroad for treatment.