LAW ET JUSTICIA LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1

THE RELEVANCE OF ONE NATION – ONE LAW THEORY

AUTHORED BY:

Mr. ROHIT KULKARNI, 

Student,

Symbiosis Law School, Pune

CO-AUTHORED BY:

Mr. SHRESTH TIWARI, 

Student,

Symbiosis Law School, Pune

ABSTRACT

The Uniform Civil Code treats all sections of a particular society equally, irrespective of their religion. In India, Article 44 of Part IV of the Constitution of India, 1950 explicitly states that the implementation of a Uniform Civil Code is a directive principle. Furthermore, the Supreme Court of India also stressed on the implementation of the Code in the landmark Shah Bano case. The Code is implemented in the State of Goa till now. There are a lot of countries which has successfully implemented the Code. However, it is a difficult task to implement the said Code in India as the drafting of this Code itself is a huge task, considering the vast amount of religion, people follow in this country. This paper will emphasise on how the Uniform Civil Code would encompass the aspirations of a young India along with national integration. The paper would further scrutinize a 360 degree view on the proposed Code with a special attention towards its practicality and approach which shall ensure no discrimination, politicization or special privileges to any citizen on the basis of one’s personal belief thus ensuring that the Secular fabric of this great country is not violated.

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