Hyderabad: Man gives triple talaq to spouse through postcard, captured

Hyderabad: A 38-year-old man, recognized as Mohammed Haneef, was captured on Friday after he sent a postcard with ‘triple talaq’ to separation his significant other.

As indicated by reports, the man has blamed his significant other for ‘mocking him’, while the police has accused him of “hassling” his better half.

This is the principal capture identified with the triple talaq rehearse, which has been tested in the Supreme Court by Muslim ladies. Triple talaq permits Muslim men to get a moment separate by saying “talaq” thrice.

The capture came a day after his significant other stopped a grievance against him. Haneef wedded the 26-year-old lady on March 9. The couple purportedly battled after which the man drank mosquito repellent and must be taken to doctor’s facility, taking after which he sent the ‘triple talaq postcard’.

LasT week, the Supreme Court had said that Islamic practices of triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy are issues that are “critical” and include “slants”, and had chosen a Constitution Bench would hear petitions testing these from May 11.

Powerful Muslim associations like the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) have contradicted court’s mediation of these matters, keeping up these practices originated from the Holy Quran and were not justiciable.

A few Muslim ladies have tested the act of triple talaq in which the spouse, regularly, articulates talaq thrice in one go, at times even by telephone or instant message.

A seat including Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud watched that “assumptions” were included in the matter pending before it and a five-judge constitution seat would mediate the issue, which required a point by point hearing.

The peak court had before said it would choose issues relating to the legitimate parts of the acts of triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy among Muslims however would not manage the question whether separate under Muslim law should be regulated by courts as it falls under the administrative space.

The Center had on October 7 a year ago contradicted in the Supreme Court the act of triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy among Muslims and favored a relook on grounds like sex balance and secularism.

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