As the discussion over Triple Talaq comes to an end, these MPs addressed the media outside the Parliament in New Delhi on July 25.
The revised Triple Talaq Bill was passed in Lok Sabha on December 27, amid a walkout by opposition leaders.
One of the women said, “He used to beat me every day. He asked me to bring Rs 2 lakh and when I refused he threatened to set me on fire.
Government hopeful of unanimous passage of 'Triple Talaq' Bill in Rajya Sabha: Union Minister Ananth Kumar
After attending the all-party meeting in the national capital, Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar on Sunday said that the Government is hopeful of getting the 'Triple Talaq' Bill passe
A group of Muslim women on Friday staged protest outside the Parliament against Congress for 'stalling' the landmark Triple Talaq Bill in Rajya Sabha.
The opposition in the Rajya Sabha has protested vehemently against the bill, asking for it to be sent to a parliamentary panel.
In August, in a historic judgment the Supreme Court had ruled that the practice of divorce through triple talaq among Muslims is "void", "illegal" and "unconstitutional".
Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi said that the verdict on the matter of triple talaq is not unanimous and it will be a tough task to implement the ruling of the Apex court.
In yet another incident of 'triple talaq' three women fell prey to the harsh law in Ghaziabad and Hyderabad respectively.
The 38-year-old accused had allegedly mailed the triple talaq postcard to his 26-year-old wife earlier. Triple talaq allows Muslim men to get an instant divorce by saying the word ‘talaq’ thrice.