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Mental cruelty by not allowing sexual intercourse with the partner for a long time

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Prayagraj, May 25 (Hindustan Times). The Allahabad High Court has called it mental cruelty to not allow a partner to enjoy sex for a long time without any reason. Taking this as a basis, the court allowed the divorce of the Varanasi couple.

A division bench of Justice Suneet Kumar and Justice Rajendra Kumar IV passed the order while accepting an appeal filed on behalf of Ravindra Pratap Yadav of Varanasi. The Varanasi Family Court rejected the petitioner’s divorce petition.

The petitioner challenged it in the High Court. The petitioner was married in 1979. Shortly after marriage the behavior and behavior of the wife changed. She refused to be his wife. Despite the request, she stayed away from her husband and mutual relations could not be established. While, both lived under the same roof. A few days later the wife went to her maternal uncle’s house. She did not believe when her husband asked her to go home. In 1994, after paying maintenance of Rs 22,000 to the Gram Panchayat, a mutual divorce took place. The wife later remarried. The husband sought divorce but did not go to court. The family court rejected the divorce petition of the husband.