The Indian Supreme Court Chief Justice Deepak said that between two adults, whether he is homosexual, sexually formed with mutual consent can not be considered irrelevant.
The Supreme Court of India has dismissed a law over the past two hundred and a half years.
The five-member bench of the Supreme Court of India called on the unanimously ruling decision to revoke the law.
While hearing the verdict, the Indian Supreme Court Chief Justice Deepak said that between two adults, whether he is homosexual, sexually formed with mutual consent can not be considered irrelevant.
The law against the famous homosexuality in the name of ‘section 377’ in India was made in the British Raj era on 1861 and in which “the nature of mixing against” was prohibited, it was imprisoned for 10 years. Was it
India’s gay circles have been protesting against this law over the past several decades and the judicial war against this law continued since the 1990s.
Earlier, Delhi High Court permitted homosexuality in the country in 2009, as some religious leaders had referred to the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court ruled out the verdict of Delhi High Court in 2014, where the lawmakers filed appeal against them.
In its verdict on Thursday, the court has said that ‘section 377’ was being used as a weapon to harass India’s gay community.
The court verdict has said that his discrimination behavior on the basis of a person’s sexual orientation is a violation of basic human rights, which can not be allowed at the state level.
Due to the end of the law, due to mutual consent against homosexuality, legal action will not be taken to establish sexuality.
India’s conservative ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party has been opposed to the end of the law.
But the government had said before the court verdict that he decides to decide the future judgment of this law at the court’s discretion and whatever judgment he will make will be accepted.
However, some leaders of the BJP had warned that the Supreme Court judge should stop the other clauses of this law and allow marriage partners to marry.
After the Supreme Court’s verdict, gay men and their supporters gathered out of the court celebrated when there were reports of gay celebrations in some major cities.
India’s Hindu, Muslim and other religious organizations have come to support this law and it is likely that they will be protest against this judicial decision.