At the point when 2 Adults Get Married, No One Can Interfere: Chief Justice
At the point when 2 Adults Get Married, No One Can Interfere: Chief Justice. The Supreme Court was hearing an appeal to by a non-benefit, Shakti Vahini, which has requested a prohibition on such violations and on “khap panchayats” or self-selected town courts in parts of north India, particularly Haryana, which act like a law unto themselves and “rebuff” couples who wed against their families’ desires.
NEW DELHI: Hearing a demand to boycott family killings over “disrespect”, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today said when two grown-ups wed, nobody has the privilege to meddle.
“Regardless of whether it is guardians, society or anybody, they are out of it. Nobody, either individual or group, or gathering, has the privilege to meddle with the marriage,” said the Chief Justice.
The Supreme Court was talking on an appeal to by non-benefit Shakti Vahini, which has requested a restriction on such wrongdoings and on “khap panchayats” or self-selected town courts in parts of north India, particularly Haryana, which trust it is their obligation to ensure medieval-period customs and act like a law unto themselves while “rebuffing” couples who wed against their families’ desires.
A legal counselor speaking to Khap Panchayats told the Supreme Court that they are against such killings.
“We are not worried about the Khap Panchayat. We are just worried about the privileges of a couple to get hitched. Regardless of whether marriage is great or awful or is it fitting, we are out of it,” the court said.
The Supreme Court hearing concurs with stun in Delhi over the slaughtering of a 23-year-old Hindu man by the group of his Muslim sweetheart; Ankit Saxena was assaulted on a street close to his home in west Delhi and wounded to death.
The murder was raised under the steady gaze of the judges, however the Chief Justice said promptly, “Don’t get into it. That case isn’t before us.”
(This Story originating from NDTV)