Triple Talaq bill will create more problems for Muslim women: Mehbooba


Mehbooba MuftiSrinagar : Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Monday that the Triple Talaq bill will create more problems for Muslim women as it will disturb the family structure among Muslims.

Addressing a press conference here, Mehbooba Mufti said that since she personally faced the problems of a broken marriage, she thought it important that she should speak up on the issue.

“Being a Muslim woman who has gone through a broken marriage, I thought I should speak up on the Triple Talaq bill.

“After separation from her husband, the biggest problem for the woman is to raise her children.

“By bringing in the Triple Talaq bill, the BJP is entering our homes. This will disturb our family life and there will be more problems for women and men economically.

“I have gone through a broken marriage and I feel that women face the biggest challenge economically after her marriage fails.”

Mehbooba Mufti accused the BJP of dividing India on religious and sectarian lines.

“The bill is the second assault on Muslims after the financial onslaught against them through bans on mutton and leather industries.

“When we talk about reservations for Muslims, the BJP rejects it on religious lines. But when it comes to this kind of law, they run to Parliament,” she said.

She called for a consensus on the issue adding that Muslims always abide by the law.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About us

At we intend to introduce and promote the businesses in the Minorities especially Muslim world who distinguish themselves with respect to Halaal and Haraam. From its very beginning this journal/website has convinced Muslim industrialists and businessmen to strengthen the Indian economy and make their relationships more flourishing with other corporate.




Maeeshat Media Pvt Ltd and is not responsible for views and claims expressed by contributors and for reports sourced by other media networks and news agencies. They do not necessarily represent or reflect the editorial policy of the publication.