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Shariat Court moved to make 2nd marriage easy

Shariat Court moved to make 2nd marriage easy

Shariat Court moved to make 2nd marriage easy

Shariat Court moved to make 2nd marriage easy

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ISLAMABAD: A petition was filed in the Federal Shariat Court Lahore Registry to declare the law of seeking the permission of the first wife for second marriage null and void.

In the plea filed in the Federal Shariat Court Lahore Registry, it has been held that the law of permission from the first wife for second marriage is not only against the Constitution but also against the Shariat.

In the petition, it has been argued that according to the Pakistani constitution, no law can be made against Islamic principles, according to the constitution, anti-Islam law can be challenged in the Federal Shariat Court.

It has also been said on behalf of the petitioner that according to the research, there are a lot of women above 35 years of age waiting for marriage in Pakistan. The court should declare the law of permission from the first wife to be null and void as it is against Islam.

The Ministry of Law, Council Islamic Ideological and others have been made parties in the petition.

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It should be remembered that some time ago, the Family Court of Lahore sentenced a person 7 months imprisonment who married a second wife without the permission of his first wife.

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Earlier in Peshawar also a person was sentenced imprisonment and fine were also imposed over second marriage without the permission of his first wife.

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