section 377 india


This means “I’ll try everything I can to get ahead of myself or to get to the point I’m in.

Section 377 is a law that was recently passed by the Indian Government that requires anyone visiting any of the five “restricted zones” (which are mainly in the states of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Madhya Pradesh) to undergo a complete medical checkup. A bill was originally passed to deal with the “diseases” of the “toxified animals” that are found in the country.

Apparently the reason the Ministry decided to pass this law in the first place was to combat the increasing number of cases of cancer and other ailments which are linked to the consumption of certain types of unhygienic food. The problem with this law though is that it doesn’t take into account the fact that those visiting the restricted zones are just as likely to suffer from the same ailments as those in the rest of India.

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