NCPCR moves Supreme Court against HC order allowing Muslim girl over 15 years to enter into valid marriage

The plea said that the ruling was in contravention of the Prohibition of Child Marriage Act (PCM Act) and the POCSO Act as it effectively allowed child marriage.
supreme court and punjab and haryana high court
supreme court and punjab and haryana high court

The National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has moved moved Supreme Court challenging an order of the Punjab and Haryana High Court order which had held that a Muslim girl over the age of 15 years is competent to enter into a contract of marriage with a person of her choice.

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