The Supreme Court on Friday sought the response of the Central government the Law Commission of India in a public interest litigation (PIL) petition seeking uniform grounds for adoption and guardianship across the country, regardless of religion or gender differences (Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay v. Union of India and ors)..Notice was issued to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, the Union Law Ministry and the Law Commission of India by a Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde..The Bench went on to post the matter with pending pleas seeking uniform grounds when it comes to divorce, maintenance and alimony..[BREAKING] "Can we encroach on personal laws?" Supreme Court seeks Centre's response in plea for uniform grounds of divorce, maintenance, alimony."Uniform law of adopt-guardianship will curb dislike and hatred and strengthen tolerance, brotherhood and fraternity. Rights of property, recognition of being legal heir and fundamental right to dignity and equality will be granted to both, adopted child and spouse without gender and religious discrimination. Moreover, multiple personal laws cause delay and confusion during judicial adjudication of cases. Thus, uniform law will control confusion and precious judicial time also. It will control fissiparous tendencies, promote fraternity, unity and integrity, which is the main aims and objects of the Constitution of India", said the plea in which notice has been issued today..The petition has been moved by BJP Leader and lawyer, Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay, who is also a petitioner in another similar PIL for the grant of divorce, maintenance and alimony on uniform grounds. .The Court had issued notice in that petition on December 16, 2020.