Centre To Set Up Panel To Look Into Social Needs Of Same-Sex Couples
The Central government has told the Supreme Court that it will form a panel to examine and address the issues faced by same-sex couples in the country.
Centre agrees to form committee to address issues faced by same-sex couples.
ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-05-04
The Centre on Wednesday, May 3 told the Supreme Court that a committee headed by the Cabinet Secretary would be constituted to look into the concerns of same-sex couples.
A five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud resumed its hearing on the batch of petitions seeking legal recognition of same-sex marriage in India on Wednesday.
The Centre told the apex court that the committee will look into social requirements that can be granted to same-sex couples without going into the issue of legalising their marriage.
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