New Delhi, June 30: A parliamentary standing committee has called representatives of the Law Commission and the law ministry on July 3 on a recent notice issued by the law panel seeking views of stakeholders on the issue of a uniform civil code. Uniform Civil Code: 'Why Now After 9 Years, Is It Due to 2024', Kapil Sibal Takes Dig at PM Narendra Modi Over UCC Remarks.

According to the schedule of the standing committee on law and personnel, it will hear the views of representatives of the law panel and legal affairs and legislative departments of the law ministry "on public notice issued by the Law Commission of India on June 14, 2023, inviting views from the various stakeholders on the Uniform Civil Code, under the subject 'Review of Personal Laws'". Uniform Civil Code: Centre Should Consider That Country Is Diverse, Says National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah on UCC.

Till Tuesday evening, the law panel had received nearly 8.5 lakh responses on its public notice.