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Private member’s Bill on UCC tabled in the Rajya Sabha, Opposition protests.

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Anti-Hindus are exposed again! 

Private member’s bill on Uniform Civil Code introduced by BJP’s Kirodi Lal Meena in Rajya Sabha amdist a hard opposition led by Muslim League, MDMK, Congress, TMC, CPI, SP …all hand to hand to continue Islamic separatism in  law and constitution.   

Supratik Dasgupta | HENB | New Delhi | Dec 9, 2022:: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Kirodi Lal Meena moved to introduce a private member’s Bill on the Uniform Civil Code in Rajya Sabha. The Opposition members opposed the move and sought a vote on the proposed Bill.

The Muslim League, MDMK, Congress, TMC and others members joined hand to hand to oppose the move for continuing Islamic separatism in  law and constitution with a shield of ‘secularism’ and ‘minority appeasement’. The protesting opposition were visible to  reveal their stand point for maintainging ‘Muslim Personal Law’ in India to facilitate their Sharia demand otherwise. 

A private members bill is introduced by a legislator, meaning it has not been tabled on behalf of the Executive.

As BJP MP Kirodi Lal Meena moved for leave to introduce the Bill to provide for the constitution of the national inspection and investigation committee for preparation of a Uniform Civil Code and its implementation throughout India and for matters connected therewith during the private member’s business, there was a huge ruckus in the upoper house of the Indian parliament.

The opposition members from Trinamool Congress (TMC), Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK), Rashtriya Janata Dadl (RJD), Samajwadi Party (SP), Communist Party of India (CPI), CPI (Marxist), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and Congress (INC) protested against the introduction of the Bill saying, if passed, it will “destroy” the “social fabric and unity in diversity” that is prevalent in the country. It is mentionable that opposition’s social fabric denotes the “Muslim appeasement” in Indian politics and “unity in diversity” stands for the “Islamic Supremacy” over the majority Hindus in India. 

The opposition members also pointed out that while Meena’s Uniform Civil Code in India Bill, 2020 was listed at least six times in the past, it was never introduced following objections raised by the Opposition and subsequent intervention of the treasury benches. “What has changed, I do not know,” said RJD MP Manoj Jha, registering his protest.

Union Minister and Leader of the House Piyush Goyal said he was “pained” to hear some of the comments made by the Opposition MPs against the introduction of the Bill, which, he said, was the “legitimate right of a member”. “Let this subject be debated in the House,” Goyal said.

“It is a legitimate right of a member to raise an issue, which is a directive principle of the Constitution…Let this subject be debated in the House. At this stage to cast aspersion on the government, to use the names of the very members of the constituent assembly to try to criticise at the introduction stage is uncalled for,” he retorted.

Among the strongest voices against the Bill was MDMK leader Vaiko, who said the ruling BJP was attempting to implement the agenda of the RSS through the Bill. “We are leading towards the disintegration of the country. Minority people are terribly hurt,” he said.

The IUML’s Abdul Wahab said the Bill was against India’s interests. “It cannot be implemented in India with whatever majority or whatever force,” he said. MPs from the Left parties – five from CPI(M) and one from CPI – also opposed the Bill’s introduction, saying the country’s unity and diversity was at stake.

“We have a private members’ Bill that is totally unconstitutional, unethical, anti-secular. It is being introduced as a private member’s Bill by an indulgent government to test the waters in a very dangerous game. This is brinkmanship,” Jawhar Sircar of the Trinamool Congress said.

He further said,”There is still time to refrain from making demonstrations of a temporary majority and inflict one sided opinion on a very secular and plural India.”

Eventually, acknowledging the demand of some Opposition MPs, Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar called for division and the motion for introduction of the Bill was cleared with 63 votes in favour and 23 against it. Before that, one Opposition MP after another demanded its withdrawal.

Read also: Behind Uniform Civil Code Bill in Parliament, a perennial protester from Rajasthan

__Inputs from IANS & Indian Express.

 

 

 

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