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SC to hear a petition challenging constitutional validity of Triple Talaq in November 2023

Today, the Supreme Court said it will hear the petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 in November 2023.

The Division Bench of Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice M.M. Sundresh today heard a petition in which the petitioners requested one matter to be treated as the lead matter in which all pleadings could be completed. Accordingly, the court ordered WPC No. 993/2019 Amir Rashadi Madni Vs Union of India to be treated as the lead petition and for all pleadings to be filed in the said matter.

Supreme Court said it will hear the petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 in November 2023. Challenging this legislation a batch of writ petitions have been filed before the Supreme Court. 

The Petitioner submitted that the constitutional validity of the Act is "un-Islamic" and is violative of Articles 13, 14, 15, 21 and 25 of the Constitution. The contentions raised in his Petition are enlisted below:

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