Tuesday, June 18, 2024
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On April 19, the Centre informed the Chief Secretaries of States that the Supreme Court is currently hearing the same-sex marriage case, even though the court had already stated on April 18 that it would not interfere with the personal laws of various religions. The court had decided to focus solely on whether the Special Marriage Act could be expanded to include same-sex marriages. The petitioners had agreed to address this issue in an incremental manner, limiting their arguments to the 1954 Act and avoiding the realm of personal laws, thereby eliminating the need to involve the States in the case.


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