Nitin Gadkari on the Uniform Civil Code: Not Against Any Religion Or Sect

Nitin Gadkari said that all parties must work together to develop a common civil code . He said that women of any faith, whether Hindu, Muslim, or Sikh, should not be denied equal rights .

At a Forum Aaj Tak function, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said today that all parties must work together to develop a common civil code, which would be beneficial to the nation and humanity.He said, It is natural for a man to marry a woman.That isn't normal, but it is true if one goes for four marriages.Deshalb, the orthodox and educated Muslims do not do it.

It is not affiliated with any religious or sect.The Union minister for road, transportation, and highways said that we should all promote the country.He said that women of any faith, whether Hindu, Muslim, or Sikh, should not be denied equal rights.The Union minister asked which Muslim country in the world has two civil codes, and the states objected.

So, I think that if the states and all sides come to a collective agreement, it will be beneficial to humanity and the country, he said.In the recent concluded Assembly polls in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, the BJP made several major poll promises.On October 29, the Gujarat government announced that it would form a commission for the adoption of the UCC.The decision was made during a cabinet meeting the next day.

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