[Marital Rape] A decisive executive has to say yes or no: Delhi High Court as Centre defers stand pending consultation

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the Court that a communication has been sent to all states and other stakeholders seeking their suggestions on whether marital rape should be criminalised.
[Marital Rape] A decisive executive has to say yes or no: Delhi High Court as Centre defers stand pending consultation
SG Tushar Mehta, Delhi High Court

The Central government told the Delhi High Court on Monday that it would not be prudent for it to take a stand on the issue of criminalisation of marital rape until it consults all stakeholders involved [RIT Foundation v. Union of India].

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