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SC agrees to hear plea on uniform grounds of divorce for women of all faiths

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 16 December 2020
In a remarkable development, SC on Wednesday agreed to entertain PILs seeking uniform grounds of divorce and uniformity in grant of alimony for women irrespective of their religious affiliations. Hear the matter, Chief Justice S A Bobde said, “We are entertaining the PILs with great caution.”
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