Over here also the scenario is not that sound. To show the tips of the ice berg: We declared Nagaland as NagaLand for Christ and declared dry State spear headed by the Church & NGOs and declared to send out 10,000 missionaries. And look what is happening, inspite of ten thousands missionaries we have produced lakhs of anti social elements with flourishing business in liquors.Enough is Enough. Law has become obsolete, it is now a tools in the hands of those fortunate fews and is turning to b a machine of oppresion to those children of lesser god. Judiciary should stop fooling the people and a new revolution should start. We are feed up with the comic book like behaviour of the ongoing scenario.
All crimes are legalized, the only difference is that we are hypocrite and pretending as if law is there to punish the offenders by the court. Yes, law punish but it punished those children of lesser god only and takes pride in it as if it is doing some noble grand duty.
Answer is negative so where the question of legalising it remains .This is very contradictory in itself as theere is no law in India which declares prostitution ,I further eloborate keeping or managing brothel is an offence but not prostitution so If SC is asking Govt. to make some rules regarding s*x workers.