There cannot be different laws in the name of religion in a country, there will be one law - Radha Mohan Singh

Patna: The BJP is running several programs on the completion of 9 years of the Modi government at the Center. Former Union Minister and East Champaran MP Radha Mohan attended a function held in Motihari. During this time, he listed many works of the central government. In which he mentioned many issues including the removal of Article 370, triple talaq law. He said that now different laws will not work in one country and there will be no separate laws for people on the basis of religion.  

Radha Mohan Singh said that Prime Minister Modi removed Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir and made Jammu and Kashmir an integral part of India. Earlier, it was not felt that Jammu and Kashmir is a part of India. Because there was a different law. Speaking on triple talaq, Radha Mohan said that earlier women of a particular community were victims of triple talaq. There was a lot of talk, but PM Modi abolished that triple talaq law.  

Radha Mohan Singh said that there should not be separate laws in the name of religion in one country. We all have one ancestor. We all have the same blood in our veins. Can going to temples, mosques and churches change the colour of our blood? Then why should laws differ in the name of religion? There will be only one law for one country. In the coming time, it is also being considered that no law will be made on the basis of different religions. We are all citizens of one country. In such a situation, how can the laws be different in the name of religion?  

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