Uniform Civil Code: Gender Just Or Threat To Privacy?

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  • Published On: February 11, 2024
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Uttarakhand is the first state to enact a Uniform Civil Code believed to be a template that many states will soon adopt. Several of the provisions have raised constitutional concerns of privacy and personal liberty. Enacted in the name of gender justice and rights for women, who does the UCC really benefit? Isn't the UCC intrusive for live-in? What about same-sex couples? And most importantly while the state wants to meddle with affairs of home and heart, what about rights of live-in couples? Is it all duty and no rights?

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