Author: Divya Aggarwal, Student at Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
In the words of Roy T. Bennet, “You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.” It lucidly explains that changes are possible only when the congenial comfort zone gets terminated. An emerging country like India, is in a dire need to emerge out of its ‘comfort zone’ of older policies and laws, to usher and accept such changes which will help its growth towards a brighter future ahead.
This article is a small step towards building such a future which hopes for a progressive ideology where the lines of religion are not prominent, the lines which often become a centre of disputes in our secular country. One such domain is personal law, which is different for different religion, Hindu laws for Hindus, Parsi law for Parsis, and Muslim law for Muslims, etc., it therefore urges for a more uniform India, with the introduction of UCC.