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Gay activists who recently marched in d Capital demanding decriminalisation of homosexual acts among consenting adults on Friday got a full throttle support with the Delhi High Court finding nothing "unusual" in holding such a rally. "Such marches are held all over the world. Recently in London more than 5 lakh ppl were on d streets for d cause. If ppl thin dat dey are doing sumthing wrong, den police is der to take action against dem" the court said. The bench was hearing an NGO's petition seeking d court's direction to declare Section 377 of the IPC as unconstitutional. Comments please

Asked by cyrus irani, 05 Jul '08 02:21 pm
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In a petition on constitutional validity of 377 IPC, what was the occasion for the court to comment on public demonstration or march?
Answered by Shrichand Nahar, 04 Jun '09 03:26 pm

 
  
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