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Hours after the Supreme Court said it will re-examine the Constitutional validity of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) that criminalises homosexuality, senior advocate Harish Salve on Monday said that the law will soon be dead.
"Section 377 is dead after the nine-judge bench which has said all these are matters of Right to Privacy. They have covered the entire ground. It will formally be struck down. It will be done very soon", Slave told ANI.
The matter will now be referred to a larger bench to reexamine the Constitutional validity of Section 377.
The controversial Section 377 bans the sexual activities that are 'against the order of nature'.
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