SC discussed on what kinds of proofs are required to prove 498A

SC discussed on what kinds of proofs are required to prove 498A

Bansi Lal vs State of Haryana

Supreme Court

14/01/2011

CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1322 OF 2004

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While considering the case under Section 498-A, cruelty has to be proved during the close proximity of time of death and it should be continuous and such continuous harassment, physical or mental, by the accused should make life of the deceased miserable which may force her to commit suicide.

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