News By/Courtesy: Neha Mishra | 20 Dec 2021 13:33pm IST


  • A gay couple had filed a petition for police protection in the High Court of Uttarakhand.
  • They had been living together for few years and finally decided to get marriage but were opposed by their parents.
  • The court granted the protection stating that they parties are major and have the right to chose their partners.

People who are major in the eyes of the law have the fundamental right to pick their life partners, the Uttarakhand High Court noticed last week while allowing police assurance to a gay couple purportedly being compromised by their relatives. A Bench of Chief Justice RS Chauhan and Justice NS Dhanik additionally gave notice to two or three's folks guiding them to document their reactions inside about a month while likewise requesting that the State illuminate what move they have made against them. 

The couple, Rohit Sagar and Mohit Goyal had moved toward the Court contending that they had gone gaga for one another and are in a live-in relationship. Notwithstanding, their folks never acknowledged the relationship and have been ceaselessly compromising the two of them with critical results. They further contended that even though they had presented a portrayal to the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Udham Singh Nagar region and the nearby Station House Officer (SHO) no move has been made by them for their security. Advocate Vikas Anand, showing up for the solicitors, presented that both the applicants are major and are, in this manner, allowed to pick their soul mates. "Regardless of whether respondent nos. 4 to 8 are against the marriage, they can't be allowed to meddle with the crucial freedoms of the solicitors.

The Court in this manner guided the Police to stretch out insurance not exclusively to the candidates yet even their properties. The matter will currently be required up following a month. On a connected note, a group of petitions are forthcoming under the watchful eye of the Delhi High Court looking for an assertion to perceive the right of same-sex couples to wed under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1956.

Section Editor: Kadam Hans | 20 Dec 2021 18:37pm IST

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