COMPULSORY, MALFUNCTIONING IF THE MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE, THE MARRIAGE CAN BE CANCELED

 

New Delhi,April 12,(globelmedianews.com):
Hindhu bride and groom To get married,The Supreme Court has asked whether they should first give their consent.On the petition filed by 26-year-old woman from Karnataka To the central government,The Karnataka government has been notified on Wednesday.Instructed to respond to the petitioner order to abolish certain provisions of the Hindu Marriage Act.The rules of the consent of the bride and groom are mandatory The petitioner argued that there is nothing in this law.Chief Justice of the High Court Justice Deepak Mishra, Justice A. M. Khawwickkar,and Justice DY Y Chandrachid bench, were hearing the petition.It is said to be considered as a Habeas Corpus petition.However, some of the provisions of the law do not interfere with constitutional commitment.According to Section 12C of the Hindu Marriage Act, the marriage can be terminated if forced or fraudulently by a consensus. The Supreme Court has ordered the police to provide protection to her. The next trial will take place next month.


COMPULSORY, MALFUNCTIONING IF THE MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE, THE MARRIAGE CAN BE CANCELED


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