UCC Mayawati / BSP came in support of Uniform Civil Code, Mayawati's big statement

Zoom News : Jul 02, 2023, 12:47 PM
UCC Mayawati: At present, discussion is going on in the entire country regarding the Uniform Civil Code. Politics has also heated up since the statement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this issue. The Bharatiya Janata Party is openly talking about bringing UCC in the country with full emphasis, while the opposition parties are also giving their opinion in their own style. Meanwhile, Bahujan Samaj Party President Mayawati has said that her party does not oppose this law.

Former UP CM and BSP supremo Mayawati has given support to UCC with this statement. However, along with this, he has also given some advice to the BJP. Mayawati has said that our party does not oppose the UCC, but they (the central government) should think that our country is one of all religions, so everyone has to be taken along here. He says that the country will be united with the UCC but it should not be implemented forcibly but with everyone's consent. It is not right to do politics on this issue.

This statement of Mayawati has come to the fore at a time when it is being argued by the opposition that UCC will harm not only Muslims but people of other religions as well. People of Sikh religion have also opposed it. It was asked from the opposition that if UCC is implemented then what will happen to the stereotypes of tribals and Dalits? Meanwhile, on the basis of the politics of Dalits, the statement given by Mayawati, who was the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh four times regarding UCC, is considered important.

Congress stuck to its stand

On the other hand, Congress is also firm on its stand regarding UCC. He says that implementing it in this situation is not desirable in any way. If any draft, bill or report is brought on this issue by the government, then it will give a statement on it.

After an important meeting of the Parliamentary Strategy Group convened by the top leadership of the Congress on Saturday, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh had told that the Congress has cleared its stand on the UCC last month on June 15 and the Congress's stand on the Uniform Civil Code There has been no change in