Open Debate Session on 14th July: Uniform Civil Code - Hindutva Agenda or True Secularism
Date: 14th July (Friday)
Time: 3:00 PM onwards
Venue: LT4, Premchand Sabhagar, Faculty of Arts
We are pleased to announce an open debate session on the topic of "Uniform Civil Code: Hindutva Agenda or True Secularism." The event aims to foster intellectual discussions and provide a platform for individuals to express their views on this pertinent and controversial subject.
The topic of a uniform civil code has been a subject of debate and discussion in India for many years. It refers to the proposition of having a common set of civil laws for all citizens of the country, regardless of their religious affiliations. Proponents argue that a uniform civil code promotes equality and unity, eliminating discriminatory practices based on religion and ensuring a level playing field for all citizens. On the other hand, opponents argue that such a code may undermine the rights and personal laws of minority communities, eroding the principles of diversity and secularism.
This open debate session seeks to explore these contrasting perspectives and facilitate a constructive dialogue among participants.
To participate in the debate session, message to the following WhatsApp number: +91 6204 103 004.