29
Sep2017

Triple Talaq

The Supreme Court on 22.08.2017 set aside the practice of divorce through triple talaq among Muslims, saying the practice was void, illegal and unconstitutional. The constitution bench, headed by the Chief Justice JS Khehar, delivered a spilt verdict (3:2) invalidating the practice as part of the Muslim Personal Law. The majority judgment came from three judges — Justice Rohinton Nariman, Justice Kurien Joseph and Justice UU Lalit. CJI JS Khehar and Justice S Abdul Nazeer wrote the minority judgment.

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