Uniform Civil Code is a quintessentially secular issue. In a logical world, it is the secularists who should be championing it.
Practically, though - it exercises Hindu nationalists due to the demographic implications. The lack of a UCC enables
polygamy and procreation Jihad in India, accelerating Islamization - often using the
wombs of susceptible infidel girls steeped in the dogma of "secularism".
While the debate regarding a UCC is on, I'm willing to accept equal rights as a start, that is to end the discrimination against Hindu men
- conferring the same rights as the Mohammedans - for the sake of population stabilization and national security.