The central government has opposed giving legal recognition to gay weddings. According to the news agency, on Sunday, the Center filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court. The petitions filed to recognize the Sem Sex Marriage in the Supreme Court on Monday are to be heard. Earlier, the central government’s affidavit shows that the government is not in its favor.
The Supreme Court had decided to hear all the petitions filed in different High Courts including Delhi on this issue simultaneously. On 6 January, the court transferred all the petitions related to the issue to them. Chief Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, Justice P.S. Narasimha and Justice J. B. Pardiwala’s bench will hear the case. In the affidavit of
56 -page affidavits, the Center’s rationale filed a 56 -page affidavit in the court on Sunday. It said that Sem Sachs Marriage is not in accordance with Indian tradition. It does not match the concept of husband and wife and children born from them.