How to answer the UPSC interview question: Should the Uniform Civil Code be implemented in India to ensure gender equality and secularism?
While proponents argue that it would ensure gender equality and uphold secular values, opponents raise concerns about cultural diversity and religious freedoms.
The Uniform Civil Code (UCC) has been a subject of debate in India for several decades. The UCC aims to provide a common set of laws governing personal matters, such as marriage, divorce, inheritance, and adoption, for all citizens regardless of their religious affiliations.
This article explores the arguments surrounding the implementation of the UCC in India and evaluates its potential to ensure gender equality and secularism.