Prayagraj News: The Allahabad High Court, in a judgment on Tuesday, held that ‘live-in’ relationships have become a part of life and need to be viewed from the perspective of personal autonomy more than from the point of view of social morality. needed. A bench of Justice Pritinkar Diwakar and Justice Ashutosh Srivastava passed this order while disposing of the petitions filed by two couples. These couples allege that the families of the girls are interfering in their daily lives.
One petition was filed by Shayra Khatoon of Kushinagar and her companion while the other petition was filed by Zeenat Parveen of Meerut and her accomplice. In the petition, he also mentioned that he had contacted the concerned police officers, but the police officers did not help him. They claim that their life and liberty are being ignored.
Live in relationship has become a part of life – Court
The court said, “Live-in relationships have become a part of life and this has been approved by the Supreme Court. The ‘live in’ relationship should be seen from the point of view of personal autonomy granted by the right to life under Article 21 of the Constitution of India and not from the point of view of social morality.
The court said that the police officers are bound to protect the rights of these petitioners. The court ordered that in the event the petitioners approach the concerned police officers and complain of any threat to their life and liberty, the police officers shall discharge their duties as required under the law.
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