Kerala / Why are the cases of live-in relationship increasing Kerala High Court

Zoom News : Sep 03, 2022, 03:15 PM
Kerala High Court: The Kerala High Court, while hearing a divorce case, said that the new generation considers marriage to be evil, they run away from it for freedom. This is the reason that today the cases of live in relationship are increasing. We have been ruined by the culture of use and throw. The court said that this is a matter of concern for the society.

High Court made this comment

The Kerala High Court further said, the new generation wants to be free from responsibilities. They are now understanding the word WIFE as 'Worry Invited For Ever', whereas earlier it was 'Wise Investment for Ever'. Therefore, instead of getting married, they prefer to live in a live-in relationship. In this, they do not have to bear any responsibility and they can be free from this relationship whenever they want.

48% agree with the court's statement

CVoter-IndiaTracker conducted a nationwide survey on behalf of IANS to find out what people think about the remarks made by the court. In the survey, 48 percent of the people completely corrected this fact of the court, while 28 percent people partially agreed with the court. Apart from these, the remaining 24 percent people refused to give their opinion on this.

53% of men and 43% of women agree

According to the survey data, the largest proportion of both male and female respondents fully agreed with the court's statement. During the survey, 53 per cent of male and 43 per cent of female respondents insisted that the court made the correct observation. At the same time, 26 percent of the male voters and 31 percent of the female respondents were of the opinion that they partially agree with the statement of the court.

56% youth aged 18-24 agree with the court

During the survey, more than 50 percent of the respondents in the young and old age group fully agreed with what the court said. As per the survey data, 56 per cent respondents in the age group of 18-24 years, 51 per cent respondents in the age group of 25-34 years and 52 per cent people above 55 years said that the court observation reflects the reality of the society at present. .