New Delhi, July 4 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) workers on Saturday held a demonstration in front of the Parliament in New Delhi, to protest against Delhi High Court's verdict that legalises homosexuality.
Bhim Singh, Chief of JKNPP, said the judgement, which legalises consensual sex among people of the same gender, ignores the feelings of majority of Indians.
"Two judges cannot change my destiny, two judges cannot change my law, two judges cannot change the will of the people," said Bhim Singh.
Singh said legalisation of homosexuality equates to 'cultural invasion' and is against the ethos of Indian culture.
"What kind of philosophy you are transcending to the Indian families? This is a cultural invasion of India, which shall not be tolerated. That's why Panther's Party is giving this symbolic protest," he added. (ANI)