Don’t Leave Husband’s Company Without Our Permission, SC Bench Tells A Wife

Harjinder Singh vs Rajpal

Supreme Court

01/12/2017

Petition(s) for Special Leave to Appeal (C) No(s). 18046/2013 (Arising out of impugned final judgment and order dated 21-12-2012 in FAO No. 16/2009 passed by the High Court of Punjab & Haryana at Chandigarh)

About/from the judgment:

Respondent/Rajpal is directed to go with the petitioner/Harjinder Singh today from the court, the bench said!

 

We find that everything is still not lost. The petitioner/Harjinder Singh has been very gracious and fair in his submissions. The respondent wife has not instituted any case except one case for maintenance.

 

Respondent/Rajpal is directed to go with the petitioner/Harjinder Singh today from the Court. The respondent is directed to behave herself properly and look after the petitioner and his aged mother. Nobody from the family of the respondent shall interfere with their peaceful living. Without permission from the Court respondent/Rajpal shall not leave the company of the petitioner/Harjinder Singh.

 

The institution of marriage in our society has been considered to be a scared sanskar and insistence is always required to be made for its continuance and not its dissolution unless no other option is left.

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