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Uniform Civil Code Implementation: Challenges and Implications in Indian Diversity

Author(s) Puneet Agarwal, Anna Nath Ganguly
Country India
Abstract While the concept of a UCC promises to foster national integration and equality, its implementation in a diverse and pluralistic society like India is fraught with challenges and implications. One major challenge lies in reconciling the deeply ingrained religious sentiments and practices with the concept of a uniform code. Another challenge is the lack of consensus among political and religious groups, leading to protracted debates and hindering legislative progress. This research paper explores some of the key challenges and implications associated with the implementation of UCC in India like Religious diversity, Legal Pluralism, Societal Implications etc. After the challenges, this paper will also cover UCC in global level and how it is working efficiently in context of other countries. It will minorly focus on the benefits of implementation and how it will provide an edge to India in development of the society. It will also focus on the relation of Politics with this concept as issue of a UCC has been highly politicized in
India. Political Parties often approach the topic with caution, considering the potential impact on their vote banks. The paper concludes with some of the suggestions which might be suitable for India in implementation of UCC in its diverse society.
Field Sociology > Administration / Law / Management
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-15
Cite This Uniform Civil Code Implementation: Challenges and Implications in Indian Diversity - Puneet Agarwal, Anna Nath Ganguly - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.14939
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