BJP said, will implement Uniform Civil Code Bill in Uttarakhand

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Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami said that the next BJP government will implement the Uniform Civil Code Bill in Uttarakhand. He said that the directions given by the Supreme Court. The BJP government will respect him.

On the last day of campaigning, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, in his conversation with “Panchjanya”, said that as soon as the BJP takes oath in power in Uttarakhand, a committee of jurists and scholars will come up with a “Uniform Civil Code” bill. He said that the Supreme Court has also given this right under Article 44 of the Constitution. We will come up with a bill that will set an example for other states as well.

CM Dhami said that under the Uniform Civil Act, the Uttarakhand government would suggest ways to solve the problems of land property, marriage, divorce etc.

CM Dhami said in the Hijab case that the country is run by the Constitution and not by the Shariat, he said such a subject did not become a matter of controversy in Uttarakhand, so there is a need to strictly implement a uniform civil law here and we promise that our This is the first thing the government will do. On the topic of population imbalance, CM Dhami said that this is the first point of our vision paper and we have also formed a committee on this, on whose report, how to control the population of a particular class growing in some districts in Uttarakhand, so that A concrete decision will be taken to maintain the nature of our Devbhoomi.

CM Dhami said that Congress leaders are making controversial statements on Muslim University, Friday prayers and now their leader Priyanka Vadra ji doing hijab by doing politics of appeasement. He said that the Congress never cared about Badri-Kedar Haridwar Kailash Mansarovar, nor did the Congress respect the brave soldiers’ families, while politics should not have been anywhere in them. CM Dhami claimed with confidence that our government will be formed with full majority and we will write a new story of development.

CM Dhami said that as soon as the BJP takes oath in power in Uttarakhand, a committee of jurists and scholars will come up with a “Uniform Civil Code” bill. He said that the Supreme Court has also given this right under Article 44 of the Constitution.

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