"It is a matter of deep regret", Prasad said. The bill has already been cleared in the Loksabha.
"The rule is very clear. We don't want to pass a faulty bill".
Since the ruling association Modi-led -Govt is lacking a majority in the Rajya Sabha, there are possibilities of the Bill getting caught up, as the leading opposition party Congress, has objections to the imprisonment and maintenance clauses of the Bill, and has pushed for the Bill to be sent to the standing committee or a select commission to take out objectionable clauses.
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She declared, "But if anyone tries to make the law defective by bringing a defective bill then the Trinamul will not spare him".
"A vote can only take place if the house is in order". He said: "The All India Shia Personal Law Board is trying since 2007 to give justice to women". Even, in the range of 200 meter outside the protected areas, the permission to get the work done is very hard."Keeping in view the problems and public interests, Government has brought this bill", the Minister said.Adhir Ranjan of Congress said the Bill is not in the interest of the protected monuments.
The court's deadline would expire on February 22, and thus Parliament must come up with a legislation within that period, the finance minister said. "Therefore, there is an urgency which the country expects from Parliament and the urgency is that the practice is unlawful", he added. He said, "What the law minister is saying in the house about the SC judgement is incorrect". Last year, while there were 177 reported cases of triple talaq before the Supreme Court verdict, another 67 cases were reported even after the ruling. And now with the support of the Telugu Desam Party the numbers game will be decisive with the treasury benches without the tally now to push the Bill through the Rajya Sabha. One familiar tune was that if the husband is jailed, who will support the (divorced) wife.
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John Peterson sent out a tweet at 8:28 a.m. saying that he was "under mattresses in the bathtub with my wife, baby and in laws". David Ige, the governor of Hawaii , said the accidental alert was "unfortunate" and "regrettable" and apologised to Hawaiians.
One of the rationales behind the Supreme Court judgment of banning instant triple talaq was that it doesn't leave any scope for reconciliation.
"We did not oppose the triple talaq bill because we are for women". Many believe a parliamentary committee going through the finer nuances of the bill is the right way to go before it is turned into law. No womens' groups, stakeholders were consulted. The government may be able to avoid legislative scrutiny by bulldozing its way through, but it can not evade judicial scrutiny in case the law is subsequently challenged in the courts. The Bill is also criticized for if the pronouncement of triple talaq is invalid and does not dissolve the marriage why to send the man to jail for something that has no validity. "The whole country is watching that in the other House you supported the bill and in this House, you are opposing it", he said pointing at the Congress members. "They tried their best to ensure that this bill is not passed in the Rajya Sabha", Jaitley told reporters outside Parliament.
However, the discussion on the Constitution (123rd Amendment) Bill 2017 met with an abrupt end after Speaker Sumitra Mahajan adjourned the House for the day at around 2 pm due to heated exchanges between Union minister Giriraj Singh and Trinamool Congress member Kalyan Banerjee.
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It also forms part of a plan by the automotive manufacturer to invest $10 billion in the U.S. over the next five years. More details, included what tax incentives were offered, are expected when the formal announcement is made Wednesday.
Leading clerics and scholars at the Aligarh Muslim University have described the Bill on Triple Talaq as a "blatant attempt not only to disturb Muslim society but also to cause long term damage to the genuine interests of Muslim women".
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