Mulayam Singh Yadav said Uniform Civil Code issue should be left to religious leaders


Despite solid opposition to Uniform Civil Code by Muslim outfits, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today said the issue ought to be left to religious leaders.

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"I won't say much on this issue yet there ought not be debate on it. The issue of uniform common code ought to be left to religious leaders. On the issues of nation and mankind everybody ought to be joined together," Mr Yadav informed columnists when asked concerning his perspectives on the progressing discuss over Uniform Civil Code.

This issue was raked up before likewise, he said and recalled a program in Pune in which social mastermind late Ram Manohar Lohia was speaker.

"There was a strain among Hindus and muslims on this issue yet countless accumulated to hear Lohiaji, who said that Quran, Geeta and Ramayana – all show us lesson of humankind. Everybody ought to hold rope of religion and live unitedly", he said.

"As a consequence of Lohiaji's discourse, the strain vanished the following day," he said.

All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), alongside a few different associations connected with the Muslim people group, had restricted the Law Commission's survey on the likelihood of a UCC and blamed the Modi government for pursuing a "war" against the group.

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