The triple talaq is one of the most common forms of divorce among the Muslim community in the country. The number has dropped by 82 per cent since the central government enacted a triple talaq law. According to Union Minority Affairs Minister Muktar Abbas Naqvi. After the enactment of the Muslim Women (Protection of Marriage Rights) Act, 2019, the incidence of triple divorce in Muslim society has come down by 82 per cent, the Union Minister said. This information was provided by the Union Minister in an article titled ‘Divorce: The Good Consequences of Great Reforms’. He will pass the divorce prohibition law on August 1, the year of enactment.
It is important to note that in the Muslim Society, it is not uncommon for a divorce to take place in a Muslim society, and it is not uncommon for a minister to vote for a political party. The Congress, the Left Party, the SP, the BSP and the Trinamool Congress, the flag-bearing parties of so-called neutrality, made history by passing a bill against divorce in the Indian Parliament on August 1, 2019. From this historic day, the democratic, fundamental and constitutional rights of Muslim women have been strengthened and gender equality has been ensured. August 1 will be a golden day in the history of Indian democracy and parliament, the minister said.