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On July 2, 2009, Chief Justice Ajit Prakash Shah and Justice S. Muralidhar of the Delhi High Court transformed the lives of India’s LGBT citizens by their momentous ruling in the Naz Foundation case.
- Delhi High Court ruling (Full text)
- Primer compiled by Alternative Law Forum
- A must read account of the verdict by Kajal Bhardwaj on Asian Age
Since then, there have been several interventions by parties against the verdict, and a few in support of it. In a significant development on February 7, 2011, all the final applications for interventions by parties interested in the Naz verdict came up before a Supreme Court bench comprising of Justices Singhvi and Ganguly. These included a few against the verdict, but also for the first time, applications from civil society supporting it.
- Mental Health Professionals oppose Criminalization of Homosexuality
- Academics Support Delhi High Court Decision in Section 377 Case
- Parents say 377 destroys families
Updates on Supreme court hearing:
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