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Javed Akhtar got schooled on Hindu Succession Act as he tried to defend Triple Talaq

Writer and lyricist Javed Akhtar, who has displayed his hypocrisy and bigotry multiple times, today tried to passive aggressively defend triple talaq by claiming how like triple talaq, even Hindu Succession Act is unfair to the daughters.


Soon, Twitter users gave him a quick lesson in law and updated his knowledge regarding the ‘anti women’ Hindu Succession Act.


Some resorted to sarcasm to prove a point.


This is not the first time the so-called liberals have brought up the Hindu Succession Act to prove a point against triple talaq. Earlier in August, when the Supreme Court had given the verdict declaring the instant triple talaq unconstitutional, many journalists and politicians had brought it up and were eventually taught a lesson in law by Twitter users. The abusive, foul mouthed troll Swati Chaturvedi had also showed off her complete ignorance about Hindu inheritance law along with controversial journalist Sagarika Ghose.


This just goes out to show how the ‘liberals’ of India cannot think beyond religion themselves.

Ayodhra Ram Mandir special coverage by OpIndia

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