Take decision on banning sex-selective surgeries on intersex infants within 8 weeks: Delhi High Court to Delhi government

The term intersex infant refers to children born with a combination of both male and female sex organs.
 sex-selective surgeries
sex-selective surgeries

The Delhi High Court has given Delhi government eight weeks to take a decision on the recommendations of the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) to ban sex-selective surgeries on intersex infants and children except in life-threatening situations [Srishti Madurai Educational Research Foundation v Govt of NCT of Delhi and Ors].

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