INTRODUCTION :-. As we know that in india we have six types of fundamental rights like , right to equality , right to freedom , right against exploitation , right to cultural and education , right to religion and Constitutional remedies etc . And these fundamental rights included different different sub rights . Every one has the fundamental right to choose his or her life partner . But in our society there is family pressure , and honour killing is prevelent so by this it becomes impossible for that men & women . Article 21 of the Indian constitution says that ‘ No person deprived their life and personal liberty except procedure established by law ‘ . So under this Article we have also rights to choose your own life partner on your choice . Mostly we can see in the society that caste factors and religion becomes more barriers in choose the life partner . And most of families does not accept love marriage .
From previous years supreme court given so many historical judgements and these judgements played an important role to reform and develop the society . Article 141 of the Indian constitution says that every judgement which given by the supreme court shall be binding on all the courts in india. Recently , the supreme court given a judgement in the case of Shakti Vahini V. Union of India 2018. In this case the court held that right to choose a life partner is a fundamental right . The court said that right to marry with a person of own choice is a fundamental rights under Article 21 of the constitution of India . And ahead in the case of Salamat Ansari V. State of U. P. in this case allahabad High court held in 2020 that right to choose a partner or live with a person of own choice part of the citizens fundamental right to life and liberty under Article 21 . In the case of Hadiya marriage case the supreme court held that ‘ the right to marry a person of one’s choice is integral part of the Article 21 ( right to life and liberty ) of the constitution . And in the case of Nandkumar V . State of Kerala 2018 in this case the court held that on attaining majority an individual is entitled to make his or her choice which is pivotal and can not be infringed by anyone . Also in the case of Lata singh V. State of Uttar Pradesh , in this case the court held that women has a right to choose her own life partner and she can marrying outside caste .
The right to marry is a part of right to life under Article 21 of the Indian constitution . Although it is not specifically mentioned in the Constitution , it has been inserted in Article 21 by the Hon’ble supreme court by the virtue of Article 32. It is also stated under the Human Rights Charter within the meaning of the right to start a family .
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