A gay couple petitions the Supreme Court to recognise same-sex unions.

The petitioners argued that the Supreme Court should recognize the right to many a person of their choosing . They argued that the existence of a civil, fundamental, and constitutional society in India is fundamentally flawed .

The petitioners argued that the Supreme Court should recognize the right to many a person of their choosing, and that the top court should allow them to solemnize their marriage.They further argued that the top court has explicitly stated that members of the LGBTQ+ group have the same basic rights as other citizens.The petitioners argued that the existence of a civil, fundamental, and constitutional society in India is fundamentally flawed, and that the status of the LGBTQ+ group is not recognised by this Court.

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