'Family' entitled to protection against arbitrary interference by State, Delhi HC upholds Pakistani National's Right to LifeJune 4 2019
The Delhi High Court has held that family, being the natural and fundamental unit of society, is entitled to the protection of its integrity against arbitrary interference by the State.
It has also held that the Right to Life under Article 21 of the Constitution of India would include the right of young children to live with their mother and the right of a husband to consortium with his wife.
In doing so, the Court has held that even . . .
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