[Breaking] No fundamental right of same-sex marriage, legal recognition can't be given by court: Central government tells Delhi High Court

The submission was made in Central Government's affidavit filed in a petition seeking recognition of same-sex marriage under Hindu Marriage Act.
 Same Sex Marriage
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The Central government has told the Delhi High Court that in spite of decriminalisation of homosexuality under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, there is no fundamental right of same-sex marriage. (Abhijit Iyer Mitra & ors vs UOI)

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