Uniform Civil Code: The Governor of Kerala supported the Uniform Civil Code
The Governor of Kerala, when asked whether this was appeasement politics, said it was appeasement of a particular section, as the community at large had only suffered from it.
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan supported the introduction of Uniform Civil Code and said that whoever has taken the oath of the Constitution will never oppose it. When asked about his opinion on the Uniform Civil Code on Friday, he said, "No one who has taken oath of the Constitution will say that it should not come."
Arif Mohammad Khan said in an event, 'Hindu code is already there, does it bring uniformity among Hindus, Sikhs and Jains? We are a country of diversity. Uniform Civil Code is not about marriage or customs. It is about equal justice.' “There are many cases where people have converted to have two wives.
On the recent controversy over hijab, the Governor of Kerala said, 'Who is stopping us from wearing the burqa? It is an independent nation, but institutions also have the right to have their own dress code. He said, 'There are many organizations that allow hijab'.
The Governor of Kerala, when asked whether this was appeasement politics, said it was appeasement of a particular section, as the community at large had only suffered from it. Explain, the Uniform Civil Code will ensure one law for the whole country, which will be applicable to all religious and tribal communities in their personal matters like property, marriage, inheritance, adoption etc.