On Monday, The Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the Supreme Court that central government will bring a new law to regulate marriage and divorce practice among the Muslims if triple talaq debarred.
The supreme court of India is hearing several Petitions filed by Muslim women over the practice of triple talaq and Nikah Halala since May 11.
On day 3 of hearings , the bench said that it will not take up polygamy and nikah halala for review at the moment, due to shortage of time. However, it assured the courtroom look after these matters in the future.
This observation comes after when Rohatgi asked the panel to make it clear that the issues of polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ would be dealt by other bench in future.
After hearing all the petitions, the apex court will examine constitutional validity of triple talaq.
On Friday, The apex court described the practice of triple talaq as the worst and undesirable form of dissolution of the marriage among Muslims.