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Muslim’s triple talaq practice has no place in India, Centre tells SC


New Delhi: The Centre on Friday ruled that the practice of triple talaq by Muslims has no place in a secular country, the Indian government said in a n affidavit filed in the Supreme Court today.

The constitution allows Muslims, the biggest religious minority group in the country, to regulate matters such as marriage, divorce and inheritance through their own civil code.

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The practice has been under examination by the Supreme Court for now.

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According to reports, the apex court is also looking at how much it can interfere in Muslim laws governing family-related issues while hearing a plea to end the practice of triple talaq.

This practice permits Muslim men to divorce their wives by saying talaq three times.

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