Himachal Elections 2022: BJP's resolve will come to Uniform Civil Code, what will be the effect on Muslims?

Publish Date: 08 Nov, 2022 |
 

Himachal Pradesh has been painted in electoral colors, the entire state will vote in one phase on November 12. The result will come on 8th December. All the parties are working hard in the election campaign. Meanwhile, BJP issued its resolution letter, the most important thing in this resolution is UCC i.e. Uniform Civil Code.

What is the Uniform Civil Code

The Unified Civil Code (UCC) seeks to enact a single Indian law that applies to all religious groups in matters such as marriage, divorce, inheritance, and adoption. This code falls under Article 44 of the Constitution, which states that the states shall endeavor to ensure a uniform civil code for their citizens throughout India's sovereignty.

Other promises by BJP

The BJP has promised to raise Kisan Samman Nidhi for 3,000 rupees per year when the government is reorganized. Increase employment opportunities by over Rs 80,000. All villages are connected by Pukka Road. To strengthen infrastructure around religious sites he will implement a program called Shakti where 120 crores will be spent. 

The BJP manifesto issued in the presence of BJP President JP Nadda states that once the government is formed, the BJP will open five new medical colleges in Himachal Pradesh. Increases financial aid to Martyrs. Our government will conduct an investigation of the Waqf Commission's land and take action against the wrongdoers. Bringing equal pay to civil servants.

The BJP manifesto promised to raise the amount given for the daughter's marriage from 21,000 to 51,000. Scooties are given to daughters who enter college after 12. Three free cylinders to poor women every year. Women over 30 are connected with Atal Pension Yojana. 25,000 per month will be paid to the top 5,000 female students in 12th place.

 

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