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The Centre’s opposition to same-sex marriage; 56 page affidavit in SC not in keeping with Indian tradition – Marathi News | central objection to same marriage not in Indian tradition 56 page affidavit in SCNews WAALI

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Lokmat News Network, New Delhi: The central government has opposed the legalization of same-sex marriages. The Center filed an affidavit in this regard in the Supreme Court on Sunday. The Supreme Court will hear the petitions filed to recognize same-sex marriage on Monday.

The Center filed a 56-page affidavit in court on Sunday. Same-sex marriage is not in keeping with Indian tradition, he said. It is incompatible with the concept of husband and wife and the children born to them. The current state of the society is also mentioned in the affidavit. Kendra said, there are many types of marriages or relationships that are accepted in society at the moment. We have no objection to this.

All petitions are distributed in the Supreme Court

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– Earlier, the Supreme Court had decided to hear all the petitions filed in various High Courts including Delhi on this matter simultaneously. On January 6, the court had disposed of all the petitions related to the matter.

– Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice PS Narasimha and Justice JB Pardiwala will be heard before the bench on Monday.

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Call for the petition to be dismissed

In the affidavit, the government said that the Supreme Court and the High Court have clarified the meaning of personal freedom in a number of their judgments. Based on these decisions this petition should also be rejected. Because there is no truth in it. He too deserves to be dismissed on merit.

Same-sex marriage cannot be recognized as stated in the law. Because husband and wife are biologically defined in it. So both have legal rights. The government has also said that if there is a dispute in a same-sex marriage, how can husband and wife be considered separately?

Why wait for marriages?

Being gay is no longer considered a crime in India. The Supreme Court had given a historic decision by canceling Article 377 that homosexuality is not a crime. However, same-sex marriages have not been recognized in the country. But now many gay people are seen getting married in public. But same-sex marriages are not legally recognized in India.

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