Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has issued a statement following the Hijab controversy in Karnataka. We will prepare a draught of the “Uniform Civil Code” as soon as our government is sworn in, according to Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami.
a single civil code
The Chief Minister stated that the BJP government will immediately form a committee to draught a draught of the “Uniform Civil Code” in order to protect Uttarakhand’s cultural and spiritual heritage. By which all citizens will be treated equally under the law, regardless of their religious beliefs.
CM Dhami stated that the Uniform Civil Code will promote gender justice as well as increase social harmony. He claimed that all religions in the country have different marriage and divorce laws. Property and paternity laws are also different. He stated that all citizens will have equal rights in matters such as marriage, divorce, succession, property, and property. It doesn’t matter what religion or caste you belong to.
Dhami said in a statement released on Saturday that a committee of retired judges, intellectuals, and members of various social groups will be formed to draught the ‘Uniform Civil Code’ draught. BJP MP Anil Baluni, on the other hand, has reacted to CM Dhami’s statement. He praised the Chief Minister’s statement, saying that it would bring society together. CM Dhami is making a lot of important decisions for Uttarakhand’s betterment.
Uttarakhand’s politics have become increasingly tense. This debate is heating up after hijab-wearing girls were barred from attending class. As a result of the escalating controversy, all colleges and schools in Karnataka will be closed until February 16.