Indian Liberals
Our Campaigns:
Bihar Liberals
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Liberals
Liberal Hour
Jammu and Kashmir Liberals
Lakshadweep Liberals
Daman and Diu Liberals
Andhra Pradesh Liberals
Jharkhand Liberals
Revoke AFSPA
Gujarat Liberals
Nagaland Liberals
Indian Liberals
Karnataka Liberals
Sikkim Liberals
Repeal Section 377
Second Language Movement
UP Liberals
Meghalaya Liberals
Common Civil Code
Delhi Liberals
Bihar Liberals
Uttarakhand Liberals
Assam Liberals
Electoral Reforms
Chandigarh Liberals

Common Civil Code

We support a Common Civil Code for all residents of India and oppose the continuation of religion based personal laws. Such a common civil code also helps with the sepration of State and religion, besides ensuring freedom of religion by reducing state interference.

Liberal Agenda:

Enacting a Uniform Civil Code with modern, liberal values that'll protect the rights of women and children.
Establishment of all women police stations with provision for women medical examiners and prosecutors.
Online FIRs so that its registered before we go to a police station go give testimony/evidence.
More women operated transport (auto-rickshaws, taxis and buses) to reassure women of their safety.

News relevant to this Campaign:

Why Muslim Women Should Welcome a Uniform Civil Code - The Wire
Disagreement between Rajendra Prasad and Nehru over Hindu code bills - India Today
Uniform civil code: Why and why not - Governance Now (registration)
Fresh PIL In Supreme Court For Uniform Civil Code [Read Petition] - Live Law
Uniform Civil Code and triple talaq are separate issues, says Supreme Court - Scroll.in
RT @VishalDadlani Where is the Uniform Civil Code we were promised? No religion should be able to give anyone greater or lesser rights than anyone else!
Another step towards UCC? Law Commission wants mandatory marriage registration - Yahoo India News
RT @camishravikas After GST next Uniform Civil Code..need of nation. #UCC #Repost https://t.co/sGeYI7SCZW
RT @ICRW The debate over a uniform civil code is more complicated than you think, Narendra Subramanian writes https://t.co/n3SBeIWsbX

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