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Mad. HC: Developing Hatredness Towards Trans-Genders in Locality is Unconstitutional - (18 Aug 2023)

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Madras High Court has observed that the act of Panchayat president seeking cancellation of land granted by Government to transpersons in the locality reveals that he is developing hatredness towards Transgenders in that locality which is unconstitutional.

Tags : MADRAS HIGH COURT   TRANS-GENDERS   LAND   UNCONSTITUTIONAL  

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