India is an emerging market with GDP slightly upwards of $2 trillion in 2017. India’s GDP was at $541 billion in 2003, crossed $1 trillion in 2007 and $2 trillion in 2015. The Indian economy has almost doubled between 2003 and 2007. It took four years for India’s GDP to double from $0.5 trillion to $1 trillion between 2003 and 2007 in the backdrop of better global environment; and eight years from $1 trillion to $2 trillion between 2007 and 2015, mostly due to the Reforms carried on by the earlier UPA government.
In 1906, the Bombay High Court’s SL Batchelor held the practice of "Talaq-e-Bidaat" to be “Good in Law, though Bad in Theology”, while dismissing the plaint of a Muslim woman. Around one hundred and eleven years later, a Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, set aside the practice of Triple Talaq as unconstitutional.
What is interesting is that the minority judgment delivered by Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice Abdul Nazeer, chose to echo Batchelor’s sentiment in the case of Sarabai v. Rabiabai. This was the longest of the three decisions, by quite some distance. Running into 272 pages, the judgment took a deep dive into the Quranic verses as well as the Hadiths, or the pronouncements of Hazarat Mohammed, on the issue of Triple Talaq.
However, in future I don't think much will happen on this front except, that the Narendra Modi's government according to my analysis might take the stand of Islamic Scholar, Taqī ad-Dīn Ahmad ibn Taymiyyah's (1268-1328 - a member of the Hanbali school of jurisprudence founded by Ahmad ibn Hanbal), position on the issue......but, the government's propaganda machine is active 24x7, spreading bluffs and concocted stories.....