Triple Talaq: Muslim woman File Petition In Supreme Court After divorced over the phone


A Muslim lady's case on triple talaq is relied upon to be taken up by the Supreme Court on Friday, after she asserted that her significant other separated her via telephone from Dubai. Ishrat Jahan, the Howrah, West Bengal, occupant said that in April a year ago, her better half of 15 years, Murtuza, had said talaq thrice via telephone and detached the call.

Jahan said, "I don't acknowledge the talaq by telephone. I need equity. I need my three little girls and one child once again from my significant other who grabbed them away." She included that she had drawn closer the court to get support "for their childhood" and will "battle to the complete the process of", as indicated by Reports. The lady had additionally contradicted and attempted to stop Murtuza's second marriage.

Her legal counselor, Nazia Elahi Khan, who was additionally separated utilizing the Islamic guideline, said instances of talaq over messages, telephone calls and instant messages were on the ascent. "I trust the Muslim Personal Law Board will bolster our case that talaq over telephone is not Islamic," she said.

The age-old routine of triple talaq has been tested by Muslim ladies from the nation over. While listening to numerous such petitions, the Supreme Court said it will inspect the legitimacy of the Islamic principle, confirm whether it abuses the crucial privileges of Muslim ladies and turn out with a decision on September 6. The Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan had alsowritten a letter to the National Commission for Women, looking for their assistance in scrapping triple talaq.