CII suggests making triple divorce a punishable crime

Published: February 10, 2018


Chairman of Islamic Ideology Council Qibla Ayaz has said that “triple divorce” should be a punishable crime and he will submit a resolution regarding it in the parliament, Express News reported.

“We are preparing a bill pertaining to this matter and it will be sent to the law ministry for prescribing a suitable punishment,” he added while giving an interview to BBC Urdu.

Imran may be hiding his third marriage for personal reasons: Reham Khan

“In case of a triple divorce, the divorce will be considered valid. However the last decision rests with the Qazi in the court,” said Ayaz as he responded to a question.

“Unfortunately the impression created about women is that we only make them a basis of our arguments but we have even made some recommendations for the rights of women.”

Women worldwide unite for Hijab Day

While answering another question, he said that Maulana Sheerani’s remarks are his personal opinion.

“There are no restrictions on women for taking part in economic activities if they keep themselves within the limit of modesty and chastity.”

Facebook Conversations

Reader Comments (3)

  • waseem
    Feb 10, 2018 - 2:20PM

    triple divorce without registration in Court or Union Council is another crime from the side of male, because woman has no evidence and no right of second marriage.In case of unregistered divorce, male has right to registered FIR against his Ex-Wife, while woman has no protection in that case.

    Government give the right to women to register Complaint in Court/ Union Council against unregistered divorce. On the basis of Circumstance, Court/Union Council impose capital fine and order FIR against Ex-Husband on unregistered Divorce or for violation of legal procedure in current law.

    Government enforce it for woman protection from 1980 and onward complaint Recommend

  • BrainBro
    Feb 10, 2018 - 9:09PM

    I hope this does not mean that Imran Khan might have to be jailed.Recommend

  • Haji Atiya
    Feb 11, 2018 - 5:37AM

    Yessiree, you gotta thank Ayub Khan for laying the groundwork for that.Recommend

More in Pakistan