International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part B (2020)
Discourse of uniform civil code in India
Dr. Pravesh Kumar, Gajendra and Nikhil Kumar
India is a secular (Panthnirpeksha) democratic republic Rashtra. The Constitution of India guarantees equality to all the citizens irrespective of religions, gender, caste, and class differences. In this article I discuss about Article 44 of the Indian Constitution, which ensures the Uniform Civil Code. The government of India has done many efforts to implement the essence of the Uniform Civil Code in India. This code is related with the notion of equality. For example Hindu marriage Act 1955, Hindu Succession Act 1956 and the recently triple Talaq Bill were passed in parliament to ensure gender equality and democratic liberal principles. In this article, I will discuss why the Uniform Civil Code is necessary in India.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Pravesh Kumar, Gajendra, Nikhil Kumar. Discourse of uniform civil code in India. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(3):83-85.