S 498A IPC

Safia Bano Alias Shakira vs State Of UP 2024 INSC 166 – S 498A IPC – Criminal Case Quashed Against Husband’s Relatives

Indian Penal Code, 1860; Section 498A –The allegations against appellants, who are the husband’s relatives are general in nature, wherein it is stated that the appellants harassed her and demanded dowry. No specific allegation of ill treatment is made against any of the appellants -Apart from the general and bald allegations, there is not even …

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Mainoddin vs State Of Karnataka CrA 563 Of 2024 – S 498A IPC – Vague, General, Omnibus Allegation Against Family Members

Indian Penal Code, 1860; Section 498A – Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973; Section 482- Vague,general and omnibus allegations against the family members/relatives implicating them in matrimonial disputes are an abuse of process of law- Referred to Geeta Mehrotra & Anr. vs. State of U.P. (2012) 10 SCC 741 and Kahkashan Kausar @ Sonam & Ors. …

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Ramesh Kannojia vs State Of Uttarakhand SLP(Crl) 7381 Of 2023 – S 498A – Neighbours Cannot Be Implicated

Indian Penal Code, 1860; Section 498A – Neighbours of the family of the husband who are not relatives of the husband cannot be implicated in any offence punishable under Section 498A of the IPC – reference to the word “relative” in Section 498­A, IPC would be limited only to the blood relations or the relations …

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