In a landmark judgement, the supreme court declared that married couples should not have sex more than once a week. This was in response to a PIL by a NGO that appealed for married sex to be limited so that couple can focus on work and help revive the economy.
The Supreme Court in its judgement observed that economic growth was a result of efforts of all population. If every person can work hard in a result oriented manner, it was possible for business growth and an additional growth of 0.5% in the GDP growth of the nation.
The judgement was welcomed by the Liberal Lobby who has been advocating population control as a means to improve the per capita income of the nation. The AIMPLB however said that they were not governed by the SC on personal laws and they follow their own religion which took precedence over the laws of the land. Hence the ruling was not binding upon them.
A representative of the minority community, who will have to follow this new rule said “This is a classical case of judicial over reach and the Honorable Court should desist from forcing people to follow illogical dictums”.
The opposition Congress leader RaGa welcomed this decision as it was in the interest of the nation to focus on economic growth and not communalise this decision on the basis of religion.
Since the government has proved itself incapable of managing a good growth rate, the SC had to step in. This is because of the effects of faulty implementation of demonetisation and GST.
Saying this the opposition leader demanded the resignation of the PM for failure to manage the population growth in the country. The famous anchor Arnav Go-Samy is expected to debate this decision tonight. Social Media is abuzz about the decision infringing the personal lives of people and how unfair it is to try and regulate their sex lives.
Also the judgement is ambiguous about sex lives of couples who are not married. These developments are expected to queer the pitch for future decisions on personal matters.