'Girls should control sexual desires of 2 minutes of pleasure', Supreme Court expressed objection on the comment of Calcutta High Court
The Supreme Court on Friday strongly criticized the Calcutta High Court's decision which advised young girls to control their sexual desires. A bench of Justices Abhay S Oka and Pankaj Mithal said that these comments are a complete violation of the rights of juveniles under Article 21 of the Constitution. The apex court formed a new team to assist.
The Supreme Court on Friday strongly criticized the Calcutta High Court's decision which advised young girls to control their sexual desires. Besides, the court has also issued notice to the state government and others in this matter.
The Supreme Court says that certain parts of the judgment of the Calcutta High Court, which said that adolescent girls should control their sexual desires instead of two minutes of pleasure, are quite objectionable and completely unfair."
The Supreme Court says that the initial investigation shows that judges are not expected to express their personal views or preach. The top court has appointed senior advocate Madhavi Divan as amicus curiae to assist the court and advocate Liz Mathew to assist the amicus curiae.
The Supreme Court says that these comments completely violate the rights of juveniles under Article 21 of the Constitution. The Supreme Court took suo motu cognizance of the High Court's decision. The High Court had said in the commentary, "Every female adolescent should control her sexual desire because enjoying barely two minutes of sexual pleasure will make her lose in the eyes of society."
Also, the court has issued notice to the state government and other parties in the state. The Supreme Court asked the state to inform whether an appeal would be filed against the decision.