United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon 'staunchly opposes' India's anti-gay law, which he said breeds intolerance in the world's largest democracy.
He made the comments yesterday (12 January) at while addressing the Indian Council of World Affairs in New Delhi.
'We are all different from one another, but we all have the same human rights,' he said.
'I am proud to stand for the equality of all people, including those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. I staunchly oppose the criminalization of homosexuality.