The Supreme Court will be pronouncing its judgment on petitions seeking legal recognition of same sex marriages tomorrow.
Earlier, in May, the top court had reserved its verdict. The petitions argued that marriage brings with it several rights, privileges, and obligations that are “bestowed and protected by the law”. The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) also advocated for recognition of marriage, filing an intervention application to assist the court on the impact of such marriages on children.
Supreme Court to pronounce judgment on petitions seeking legal recognition of same sex marriages tomorrow, October 17. @IndianExpress
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On the other hand, the respondents, including the Central government, the national child rights body NCPCR, and a body of Islamic scholars called the Jamiat-Ulama-i-Hind, opposed the petitions.
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