Mere demand of a car without subjecting the deceased to any cruelty or without harassing her in any manner in connection with the said demand does not constitute cruelty within the meaning of Section 498A of IPC

Vineet Vats vs State of NCT of Delhi

Delhi HC

03/03/2014

CRL.A. 360 of 2010

About/from the judgment:

Mere demand of a car without subjecting the deceased to any cruelty or without harassing her in any manner in connection with the said demand does not constitute cruelty within the meaning of Section 498A of IPC particularly when it was not linked to the marriage and was sought for the purpose of convenience alone though it may possibly constitute an offence under the Dowry Prohibition Act!

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