Tendency of falsely implicating close relatives of husband - Proceedings quashed

Mahendra Sen and others Vs State of Madhya Pradesh and another

Madhya Pradesh HC, Jabalpur Bench

29/03/2019

Misc. Criminal Case No. 25856/2018

About/from the judgment:

The Code of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 - Section 482 - The Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Section 498A and 34 - Looking to the tendency of falsely implicating close relatives of husband by the complainant / wife in matrimonial cases, it becomes the duty of the Court to ascertain whether there is sufficient material available in the charge-sheet to prosecute the close relatives of the husband about which it prima facie appears that they have been arrayed subsequently just to take revenge without any cause.

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