The Allahabad High Court in India has dismissed a plea by an interfaith live-in couple seeking police protection, stating that such relationships are often driven by infatuation and result in temporary and fragile arrangements. While acknowledging that the Supreme Court has validated live-in relationships in the past, the division bench of Justices Rahul Chaturvedi and Mohammad Azhar Husain Idrisi emphasized that unless the couple decides to marry and commit to a serious relationship, the court will not express an opinion on such arrangements. The case involved a petition filed by a Hindu-Muslim couple challenging an FIR lodged against the man by the woman’s aunt.
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