The Law Commission's decision to examine the Uniform Civil Code has sparked a renewed debate on the topic.

The previous report by the 21st Law Commission concluded that a Uniform Civil Code was not necessary or desirable at that time.

The Law Commission emphasizes that the celebration of Indian cultural diversity should not dis-privilege specific groups or weaker sections of society.

The Commission focuses on addressing discriminatory laws rather than proposing a uniform civil code.

Critics argue that the government's support for the examination of the Uniform Civil Code is driven by a desire to divert attention from its perceived failures.

Proponents believe that a Uniform Civil Code will promote gender equality, social justice, and national integration.

The debate highlights concerns about the potential erosion of unique cultural and religious identities.

Some argue that a uniform code may infringe upon constitutional rights to practice religion and preserve cultural practices.

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