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Mohammad Kaif welcomes Supreme Court’s verdict on triple talaq, gets trolled

Mohammad Kaif, former Indian cricket team batsman, voiced his support on Supreme Court’s verdict that triple talaq is unconstitutional. He was trolled by on social media

cricket Updated: Aug 23, 2017 09:46 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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Mohammad Kaif’s views on Supreme Court’s Triple talaq verdict received mixed reactions on social media.(PTI)

Mohammad Kaif is a quite an outspoken man on social media. His opinions on variety of issues have evoked mixed emotions in the past. The same was the case when he welcomed Supreme Court’s verdict on triple talaq.

The apex Court on Tuesday said triple talaq - the Muslim practice that allows men to instantly divorce their wives - is unconstitutional.

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Kaif in a Tweet wrote: “Welcome decision by Supreme Court to declare #TripleTalaq unconstitutional. Will give Muslim women security. Gender justice is much needed.”

Though majority of the replies he got were positive, a few of his followers were unhappy with the statement.

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“Sir app kise khus karne ke liye istarha ke twits karte hai...” wrote an user named AIMIM rebel Ladka.

“kaif babu jis chiz ki jaankari na ho us par tweet mat kiya karo,” wrote Shahid Jamal.

“SC says #TripleTalaq is against Quran so how about saying Vande Mataram that is also against basic Quran of There is no God but Allah,” an user named Saquib Hamza replied.

“women are most secure in islaam....being Muslim you should know it,” wrote xahoor bhat.

However, Kaif’s view was echoed by sportspersons like Heena Sindhu and ex-administrators like Ramachandra Guha.

First Published: Aug 22, 2017 19:36 IST