Pride Parade 2019: Mumbaikars celebrate decriminalisation of homosexuality with love, liberty & fervour

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02/02/2019

The commercial capital of the country celebrated its first Pride Parade after the Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality in September last year on Saturday. Hundreds of people were seen marching with a wave of colors from August Kranti Marg, which holds a significant position in the country’s independence movement. The famous Quit India Movement against the British Colonisers also marked its inception from August Kranti Marg in 1942. Mirror Now reported, the members of LGBTQ community along with other participants came forward in solidarity to support the community’s rights.

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