Restraining clause of triple talaq is in practice since Nizam’s Rule
| Wednesday | 14th June, 2017
“The decision to spread awareness against oral triple talaq in one-sitting was taken by AIMPLB’s executive committee.
If triple talaq is pronounced, it is a breach of contract as both bride and groom have signed on the booklet which states the man should not pronounce instant triple talaq”.
The practice exists in most of the states and a similar restraining clause prohibiting men from pronouncing triple talaq in one go is been in practice in once ruled states by the Nizam’z century now in Telangana, parts of Karnataka and Marathwada.
HYDERABAD: Following the controversy of pronouncing triple talaq in one go, nullifying the Muslim marriage, Qazis across India have been issued advisory to insert a clause in the Nikanama which would prohibit man to pronounce triple talaq in one go by the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB).
Instead, he should pronounce talaq once so that there’s room for reconciliation,” said Mohammed Ikramullah, the secretary and hereditary qazi of Anjumath-e-qazath, an apex body of qazis, as reported in Times of India.