In the preliminary examination of Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division), questions were asked based on the case of divorce and the matter of halal of Kashipur’s popular Saira Banu. In the PCS (J) test it was asked about the matter of Saira Banu vs. Union of India (2017) is related to which subject. People came to the examination from non-provinces that they did not know about the matter related to this question. At the same time, questions were asked on the burning issue like Halala.
Amit Joshi of Almora said that most of the questions in the examination were asked about the Hindu Marriage Act, Muslim Law, the related streams of property. Gunjan Bhatt of Haldwani said that questions on various lawsuits were asked in the question paper. Chandni Joshi, who came from Delhi, said that most of the questions in the examination were on recent issues. Sunil Dhakar, who came from Bhopal said that the question paper was quite simple. Pooja Rawat of Ramnagar told that many questions were on the recent and long discussed issues. At the same time, Karan Singh, who came from Chandigarh, also repeated this point. Ameena from Bahedi said that she has been practicing for the past four years, she has full hopes for success. Joshiamath’s Surabhi Shah said that she has come to take the examination from very far. She hopes to be successful. Shivani Singh, who came from Lucknow, said that due to the examination center, she also had a chance to see the city of Haldwani.
Saira Bano, a popular name in Uttarakhand
Saira Banu, a resident of Kashipur, emerged as the most vocal voice against three divorces. Saira married Rizwan Ahmed of Prayagraj in 2001 with the wishes of his family. In 2015, Rizwan sent her to Kashipur. He returned after some time and took the children along. In October 2015, Rizwan sent her a divorce and sent it three times in the name of sending property papers. After this, Saira started her legal battle. Three divorces were declared unconstitutional on August 22. Simultaneously, Saira became the Nazir of Kashipur.