Ketki Chhaya Chaudhary & Samarth Gupta
Symbiosis Law School, Noida
India accepts certain rights that have always been understood by people to be basic such as the right to life and liberty. On the off chance that Human Rights are indistinguishable from man, they ought to be equivalent in their application to every person at all spots and consistently. These rights are basic to the very presence of humanity and not just for the advantage of one class or one area of the society. Our Constitution mirrors this position. The right to life and personal liberty is accessible to all individuals inside its territory and not only its citizens. Then why there exist a discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, gender or even sexual orientation? People across the nation face brutality and imbalance—and now and again torment, even execution—merely because who they cherish, who they are, or what they look like. Sexual orientation and knowing our gender identity is the basic part of our selves and ought to never prompt segregation or abuse. The main aim of this paper is to explain in detail the deplorable condition of the LGBT community is India and also to explain how an unnatural sexual orientation is a crime in India.