Excerpt: the cruelty for the purpose of the said section has been clearly described. A plain reading of the penal provision shows that alleged cruelty must drive the women to commit suicide or cause danger to life, limb or health. It is submitted at the bar by the learned advocate for the parties that since … Continue reading Smt. Sheerisha vs The State Of Karnataka on 28 August, 2019
Just looking at a lady with an evil eye cannot be sufficient constitute an offence under Section 498A of the IPC or other offences alleged the allegations made against accused Nos. 1 and 2 are little serious than the allegations made against this petitioner. When accused Nos. 1 and 2 have already been acquitted by the trial Court, in my opinion the present proceedings against accused No.3 is not maintainable.
Excerpt:The allegation of demand for silver is too vague and it is not her case that there was any such demand either at the time of marriage or in connection with the marriage. As such, said allegation even if accepted on its face value, does not attract any of the provisions of section 4 of the Dowry … Continue reading Mr Srinivasan Ranganathan vs State Of Karnataka
Excerpt:That apart the complaint was lodged only on 14.03.2014 more than two months after the alleged incident and there is absolutely no explanation whatsoever for the delay in reporting the matter to the police. When it is the grievance of the complainant that an attempt was made on her life and she could not stay … Continue reading Naveen Kumar J vs State of karnataka