Father-son duo’s book on sexual laws published in Chandigarh

Justice MM Kumar, former Chief Justice of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, former President of the National Company Law Tribunal and currently a member of the National Human Rights Commission, on Sunday published a book titled “Sex Laws in India” at the Chandigarh Press Club.

Justice MM Kumar, former Chief Justice of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, former President of the National Company Law Tribunal and currently a member of the National Human Rights Commission, on Sunday published a book titled “Sex Laws in India” at the Chandigarh Press Club.

The book is a critical assessment of sex laws for the common man and co-authored by the father-son duo of Sanjeev Jindal, District and Extra Sessions Judge (retired) and Chairman of the Dispute Recovery Commission of District Consumption and Abhishek Jindal, High Court Advocate of Punjab and Haryana. It is published by Unistar Books Private Limited.

Sanjeev Jindal said that the critical evaluation of sex laws allows the common man to shape his opinions and soften his behavior towards other members of society. “The beauty of this book is that it doesn’t deal with sex laws by statute and by section in a typical legal/academic way, but by subject in an interesting way to tell a story,” he said. he declares.

Justice JC Verma (retired), former judge at Rajasthan HC; Judge Viney Mittal (Retired), Former Judge, Madhya Pradesh HC and Barrister Santokhwinder Singh Grewal, President of Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association were also present on the occasion.

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