Today the Top Court said that it was keeping undefended for settlement in the future the issues of polygamy and nikah halala amongst Muslims as the government asserted discussions on these facets also. The bench also said that it may not be thinkable to pact with all the three matters in the restricted time we have and therefore it will be discussed in the future too.
Attorney General, Mukul Rohatgi appeared in the court for government and told that the matters of polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ were also chunks of the order of a two-judge Bench which had raised to the Legitimate bench the all three matters which includes the exercise of triple talaq amongst Muslims.
The Centre’s declaration accepts worth in the milieu of the comments of the Top Court that it will only pact with the matter of triple talaq that too if it was ultimate to Islam.
Attorney General, Mukul Rohatgi asked the court to mark it vibrant that the matters of polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ are still open and will be seen by another bench in the prospect.