Uttarakhand News: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has taken a big step for the people of his state. Let us tell you that there was a lot of agitation going on in the state since the past. Actually, CM Dhami has taken a big decision regarding Uniform Civil Code Uniform Civil Code. CM Dhami has given a clear indication from his government regarding Uniform Civil Code. CM Dhami said that it is clear that soon Uniform Civil Code can be implemented in the state.
CM Dhami clarified
CM Dhami said that the government is working fast in this direction. The committee constituted by the government will submit the report to the government in the next two months. Although the government had given 6 months to the committee, the committee would submit its report before that.
CM Dhami said this big thing
CM Dhami said that it is the resolve of our government that the people of the state should get its benefit at the earliest. The government is fully committed for this and work is being done expeditiously in this direction. In such a situation, it will be implemented in the stipulated time.
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What is this step of the government
Significantly, the government of Uttarakhand has taken a big step towards implementing the Uniform Civil Code. CM Dhami had constituted a five-member committee headed by a judge of the apex court in this regard. Let us tell you that this committee will examine all the relevant laws governing the personal civil affairs of all the people of the state and prepare a report on the draft law or amendment in the existing law. Former Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court Pramod Kohli, former Chief Secretary, former Vice-Chancellor and a social worker have been made members in the committee.
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