Think of India and it's likely that visions of formidable forts, palaces, and temples will come to mind, set against a backdrop of bright colors and history.
That's exactly what north India provides -- and more!
When the bill is brought in Parliament, I will oppose it.
I oppose any move to decriminalise homosexuality and endorse Ramdev’s comments." Finance Minister and BJP member Arun Jaitley has a different view from Rajnath Singh, saying that "Supreme Court should not have reversed the Delhi High Court order which de-criminalised consensual sex between gay adults" and "When millions of people the world over are having alternative sexual preferences, it is too late in the day to propound the view that they should be jailed.” In December 2013, Indian National Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi came out in support of LGBT rights and said that "every individual had the right to choose".
The three-member bench headed by then the Chief Justice of India T. Thakur said that all the 8 curative petitions submitted will be reviewed afresh by a five-member constitutional bench.He also said "I think these matters should be left to the individuals. This country is known for its freedom, freedom of expression. I hope that Parliament will address the issue and uphold the constitutional guarantee of life and liberty to all citizens of India, including those directly affected by the judgement," he said.The LGBT rights movement in India was also part of the election manifesto of the Congress for the 2014 general elections.All those who are born with or choose a different sexual orientation would thus be placed at the mercy of the police.This not only violates the human rights of such individuals, but goes against the liberal values of our Constitution, and the spirit of our times.