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Personal differences aside I congratulate @Apurvasrani on being an important voice in this fight to gain justice for a community that has long been marginalised by law and society. His stand is vindicated. #Aligarh stands vindicated by the courts. The ball is in our court now.— Hansal Mehta (@mehtahansal) September 6, 2018
Yayeee!! Good on you Hon’be #SupremeCourt & thank uuuuu! I hope the citizens of #India are listening! “Majoritarian views and popular morality cannot dictate constitutional rights. We have to vanquish prejudice, embrace inclusion and ensure equal rights.” https://t.co/sFT2fo5TGe— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) September 6, 2018
This is the india I want to live in. Not one filled with hate, bigotry,sexism homophobia and intolerance. THIS is the India I love. 🇮🇳 🌈— Sonam K Ahuja (@sonamakapoor) September 6, 2018
At the stroke of the mid-day hour, as the conscience of many slept, India’s LGBTQ awoke to light & freedom. This moment came 71 years too late history, 71 yrs after our brethren attained freedom; but the soul of a community, long suppressed, has found utterance. Congratulations!— Apurva Asrani (@Apurvasrani) September 6, 2018
We won! Thank you SC! 🌈 🌈🌈#377IsHistory #pride— Konkona Sensharma (@konkonas) September 6, 2018
“Section 377 is arbitrary. The LGBT community possesses rights like others. Majoritarian views and popular morality cannot dictate constitutional rights. We have to vanquish prejudice, embrace inclusion and ensure equal rights.”