Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019

  • Sidhartha Yadav
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  • Sidhartha Yadav

    Student at Symbiosis Law School Pune, India

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In today’s society we hear a lot about right and communicate in the language of rights loud often. People belonging to some special communities are often denied to their entitlements in name of religion, race, sex, caste, etc. they have to settle according to needs of the society and engage in the struggle. There are many occasions in the past history where the transgender community has been let down in front of the whole society. Transgender community is an essential part of our society and they are part of our community and citizens of India. They have equal rights as do we have. Regardless of all the constitutional measures they are often denied their basic fundamental rights like right to equality, right to dignity , freedom of expression etc. Even though the law has been passed by the country to protect the community.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 813 - 818


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