The Supreme Court on Thursday gave a clear signal that it was ready to grant double talaq a chance to the Muslim women in the country, and also to those who have been married off to a Hindu.
The verdict was a victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the ruling party, and the Muslim community.
It was expected to be a blow to the secular right of the ruling coalition, which had argued that the ruling Congress party had no such plans.
It had already been widely known that the BJP had plans to abolish the practice.
However, the BJP’s move came in the form of a statement from the party’s top lawyer, Rohit Joshi, who said that while the party was “confident” that the decision was constitutional, “it will not be implemented immediately”.
The statement said the party “cannot guarantee its implementation immediately” but would “work to facilitate the implementation”.
Joshi said the BJP would work with Muslim leaders to bring the law to a “final and clear vote”.
He said the “supreme court decision” was not a law but a ruling.
He said it would be a “matter of days” before the “final, clear, clear decision is issued by the supreme court”.
The decision will be binding on Muslims, according to Joshi.
The BJP was the first political party to announce a move to abolish “double tala” when it won a general election in 2016.
The party’s decision has prompted criticism from secularists, who have long called for a ban on the practice among Muslim women.
However the party has been quick to distance itself from any move to end the practice, which is often called “divorce” by some Muslims.
According to a survey of more than 1,200 women by the Pew Research Center, 88 per cent of them had had at least one divorce, and almost all had been married in the past six years.
In contrast, only 18 per cent had had two divorces.
The poll found that a majority of Muslims are in favour of women being allowed to decide their own marital status.
“We are not ready to be the party of polygamy,” said Abid, who asked not to be named.
“Our party is not ready for this.
We want the family to be based on the love of the mother, father and the husband.”
The survey also found that about 60 per cent believed polygamy is a positive force in the Muslim family.
The survey found that 81 per cent said polygamy was good for the Muslim household, while 20 per cent thought it was bad.
Abid said polygamy should be allowed in Muslim households, but only if it was done by a “man in the house”.
“If the man in the household has the right to make a decision about the marriage, then it is not allowed.
If it is done by the woman, then that is not permissible,” he said.
In response to a question about polygamy, Abid told Al Jazeera that the practice was not against the Quran, but rather “against Islam”.
“It is against the Quranic teaching and against the teachings of the prophet Muhammad, and against his laws, so we should not allow this practice,” he added.
In his speech to the women, Justice Rajeev Kumar Singh also said that polygamy is an “important matter”, but not “a big deal”.
“We have to see that polygamy will not become a big issue and that we are not going to have a big debate on it,” he told the women.
“But polygamy is not a big deal in the Islamic world, and that is why we are here.”
The ruling BJP is a member of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) which has been in power for the past 16 years.
The Bharatiyan Janata party was founded in 1993 by the Congress party, which has since become the ruling BJP.
The ruling coalition also includes the ruling Samajwadi Party, which also won a majority in the last election.
The Congress party has a long history of supporting polygamy, with its party manifesto saying that “the marriage bond is a sacred bond between two people.
If two people get married on the same day, then they should not get divorced, but they should have the right of joint ownership of the property”.
“The marriage bond should be maintained even if the husband has remarried,” the manifesto added.
The manifesto also included the statement “If one person divorces another on the ground of adultery, that person should also be able to divorce himself on the grounds of adultery.”
A spokesman for the BJP told Al Jazeera: “It’s very clear that the party will be supporting the government on this issue.
We have been saying for a long time that there is no place for polygamy in the Indian family, and we will continue to do so.”
A spokesperson for the Samajvadi Party said that the “marriage bond” should not be considered an “indefensible” arrangement, as it was only