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File:Section 377 - Delhi High Court - WP(C) No.7455 2001.pdf

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English: The historical judgement by the Delhi High court that declared Section 377 unconstitutional as it violated Fundamental Rights. This judgement decriminalised Gay and Lesbian issues that were declared as "against the order of nature" as espoused by old British Commonwealth Law.
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