Dubbing triple talaq in one sitting as “misinterpretation” of the Quranic verses, Uttar Pradesh’s first woman qazi, Hina Zaheer Naqvi recently urged the government to intervene in the matter and demanded an immediate ban on the practice. Naqvi said oral talaq been widely misused, adding that this put a Muslim women’s life at risk as it was promoting more and more divorces. “It is high time that the government takes strict action and bans this practice right away,” she added.
UP’s Woman Qazi Demands State Intervention to Ban Oral Talaq
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