- 19 Jan 2021
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With Allahabad HC Ruling on Special Marriages, Individuals Rights Trump Community Interest – Rightly
The court stated that individual autonomy in making decisions about the intimate aspects of one’s life, such as marriage, is constitutionally sacrosanct
This opinion was published in The Scroll on January 19, 2021.
About the Authors
Akshat was a Research Fellow at Vidhi. He has advised on projects relating to the regulation of the digital economy, privacy, federalism and healthare. His areas of research interest included constitutional law, gender and sexuality, family law and public health.
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