Threat to commit suicide amounts to cruelty

Sri Prasanta Kumar Mishra vs Smt. Suryamani Mishra

Orissa HC Cuttack Bench


S.A. No.338 of 1999

About/from the judgment:

Threat to commit suicide amounts to cruelty,

On a cursory perusal of the plaint, it is evident that the plaintiff pleaded that the respondent had threatened to commit suicide and the respondent had disclosed that she had conceived before marriage. The plaintiff in his evidence had stated that five months after, the respondent insisted him for staying separate. When he refused, she threatened to commit suicide.

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