Uniform Civil Code
The Delhi High Court held that parties follow Hindu customs for the purpose of marriage, then during a divorce proceeding the Court would be inclined to hold that the HMA, 1955 would be applicable to them. The Court also stated that a Uniform Civil Code is necessary to eliminate struggles and conflicts that arise due to contradictions in the personal laws.
India is a secular state with the Constitution of India giving its people the freedom of right to religion under Article 25 and Article 26. But on the other hand, there is the controversy of implementing the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) under Article 44 of part IV (Directive principles of the state policy) under the Indian Constitution.