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Law On Triple Talaq Is Already Settled And Clear: Ex-Law Commission Member Afzal Wani Opines While In ICFAI Law School

Simran Sahni
13 April 2017 6:00 AM GMT
Law On Triple Talaq Is Already Settled And Clear: Ex-Law Commission Member Afzal Wani Opines While In ICFAI Law School
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“I wonder why we keep saying there is a conflict herein when there are judgements from Supreme Court (the Shamim Ara case) and Delhi High Court stating clearly that triple talaq doesn’t amount to conclusive divorce. I don’t see why there’s further a need to put a ban on triple talaq when the precedents have done the needed.” expressed Prof. (Dr.) M. Afzal Wani while addressing the participants in the Inaugural Session of the ‘National Seminar on Personal Law Reforms: Problems and Prospects’ organised by ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI University, Dehradun on 8 April 2017.

ICFAI Law School has successfully organised a National Seminar on Personal Law Reforms: Problems and Prospects here in Dehradun on 8 April 2017. The inaugural session of the seminar saw an outstanding participation consisting of enthusiast participants, leading academicians, and dignified dignitaries. Prof. (Dr.) Afzal Wani chaired the inaugural session as Key Note Speaker of the occasion and enlightened the participants about how to harmonize various personal laws while striving for a better tomorrow. The session also witnessed some of the renowned academicians such as Prof. (Dr.) Anju Tyagi, NLU Delhi and Dr. Yogesh Pratap Singh, NLU Odisha as guests of honour. Renowned personalities such as Justice K D Shahi, Retd. Judge, Allahabad High Court, and Prof. Krishan Mahajan, Addl Registrar at the Supreme Court of India also addressed the participants.

The inauguration session was followed by a set of four simultaneous technical sessions to discuss various aspects of the theme. The first technical session was aimed at discussing the sub-theme ‘Need for reforms in Personal Laws in India: An Analysis’ and was chaired by Dr. Yogesh Pratap Singh and Mr. Ayaz Ahmad. The second one discussed the issues and challenges in the field of personal laws and was chaired by Prof. (Dr.) H M Mittal and Dr. Akhilesh Pandey. The third and the fourth sessions were aimed at discussing various aspects of introduction of a Uniform Civil Code across India.

Various participants across the nation participated in the event with great enthusiasm from various law colleges including various National Law Universities, traditional law colleges like DU, GGSIPU, BHU, AMU and leading private law schools like UPES, SLS, Amity, LPU, LCD etc. The event came to an end after a valedictory session which witnessed Prof. Krishan Mahajan as its guest of honor, and other dignitaries such as Mr. Ayaz Ahmad, Head, Glocal Law School, Mr. Pramod Tiwari, Asst. Prof, LCD, Dr. Akhilesh Pandey, Principal, Jagaran School of Law, and Dr. Syad Md. Uzair, Principal, Libra Law College.

The award of the best presenter and the certificates for the same were given to the winners for their extraordinary presentation. The event was conducted successfully under the guidance of Prof. (Dr.) Pawan Kumar Aggarwal, Vice Chancellor, IUD, and Prof. (Dr.) H M Mittal, Dean, ILS, IUD. The organising committee of the seminar worked hard under the guidance of Mr. Alok Kumar and Mr. Avishek Raj, Asst. Profs., ILS, IUD.
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