Not possible to verify credibility of persons in absence of 30-day notice under Special Marriage Act: Centre tells Delhi High Court

"Though right of privacy is now part of fundamental right but it is not absolute right...", the Centre has replied to concerns of privacy of parties raised in the petition.
Not possible to verify credibility of persons in absence of 30-day notice under Special Marriage Act: Centre tells Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Central government has opposed a petition filed before the Delhi High Court challenging the 30-day public notice period to invite objections to solemnization of marriages under the Special Marriage Act (Nida Rehman v. Union of India).

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