High Court says Live-in relationship is morally or socially not acceptable!

A live-in couple who eloped from their houses has moved by the Punjab and Haryana high court seeking protection. Hearing the petition, the High Court has made sensational comments.

Going into details, two youths Gulza Kumari and Gurwinder Singh have knocked on the doors of the High Court claiming that they are in a live-in relationship and want protection from the court.

During the hearing, Justice HS Madan said, the live-in relationship is not acceptable morally and socially, and hence, a protection order in the petition cannot be passed. The Judge had passed the petition.

Media reports claimed that the counsel, who represented the petitioners, told the court that the girl and boy are 19 and 22 respectively, and the duo has attained the legal age to get married.

Despite deciding to tie the knot, the duo couldn't get married as the girl's family had some of the important documents and ID cards like the Aadhar Card and others, the counsel added.
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