Indian politician slams gay marriage law: ‘It is a new era’

A Kannada-language politician in Maharashtra has called for gay marriage in the state to be banned, saying “it is a very new era.”

The controversial decision to allow gay marriage has seen the state become the latest in a long line of Indian states to have made such a move.

Kannanavai, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), who is also a member, said in a statement posted on his Twitter account that it was a new wave of intolerance in India, and that this wave has brought about “big problems.”

Kannadiga was referring to the recent ban on same-sex marriages by the Supreme Court.

“In a very large number of states, the issue of same-gender marriage is being discussed at the state level, where this is not acceptable,” he said.

“Same-sex marriage is not a criminal act, and it is not illegal, which means it is a normal thing.

It is not something to be ashamed of.”

Kavikumar Chatterjee, a senior member of Congress in Maharashtra, also condemned the move, saying, “This is a clear violation of our constitution.

It’s an insult to the people of India.

It shows how far we have come.

This is not just a problem in Maharashtra.

It can be seen in all the other states, as well.”

He added that the state should follow the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) decision, which states that “the military should not permit marriage of minors under the age of 18.”

“This law is against the country’s tradition of freedom of expression and the freedom of religion.

And if it is allowed to be passed, it will destroy the Hindu-Muslim relations in India.

We should have an open debate on the issue,” Chatterje said.

Kavit Kalyanarayanan, a lawmaker from the Bharata Party, also said in his statement that “This decision of the court is a grave insult to all Hindus and all people of Indian origin, and a clear indication of the growing intolerance that is creeping into our society.”

Kalyanaan said that the law would bring a total ban on marriage in India and that “we have seen many such laws before, but we have never seen such a large-scale one.”

Chatterjans statement came after a court in the southern state of Kerala last month granted a temporary stay on the move.

The court ruled that the amendment, passed by the lower house of parliament, did not violate the countrys constitution.

However, the Supreme court has ordered a stay on a further amendment to the law.