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Same-Sex Marriage: The Center told the Supreme Court that same-sex relationships and heterosexual relationships are very different from each other, which cannot be treated as the same.
Same-Sex Marriage: central government Supreme Court In the affidavit given to, opposed the legal recognition of gay marriage. Same-sex relationships and heterosexual relationships are clearly different categories, which cannot be treated the same, the Center told the Supreme Court. The Center said that decriminalizing living together as partners on behalf of people of same sex But it cannot be compared to the concept of the Indian family of husband, wife and children.
The Supreme Court will hear on Monday ie tomorrow the petitions asking for the legal validity of gay marriage. Chief Justice Dhananjay Y. petitions regarding the legalization of gay marriage. Chandrachud, Justice PS Narasimha and Justice JB It will be placed before the Pardiwala bench.
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SC had transferred all the petitions to itself.
Significantly, the Supreme Court had transferred the same-sex marriage petitions pending in all the High Courts of the country including the Delhi High Court to itself. The Supreme Court had said that the counsel appearing for the Center and Arundhati Katju, the petitioners’ advocate, together collect all the written information, documents and old precedents, that the hearing would proceed on that basis.
The bench had said in its order on January 6, that the parties should share the soft copy (digital copy) of the complaints and it should also be available to the court. All the petitions should be listed together and a date of March 13, 2023 should be fixed for directions in the cases.
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The Supreme Court had asked the Center to respond
The advocates of various petitioners had asked the bench to hand over all the issues to it for an official decision on this matter and the Center should also give its reply to the Supreme Court. In the year 2018, Justice Chandrachud was also included in the constitution bench of the Supreme Court, which ruled to decriminalize consensual gay sex. Justice Chandrachud had issued a notice in this regard to the Center in November last year and Advocate General RK Venkataramani’s help was sought.
In 2018, the Supreme Court gave a historic decision
On September 6, 2018, the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court, in a historic unanimous verdict, decriminalized consensual or consensual heterosexual sex between adults in a private place in the country. Given.
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