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Called wife ‘second hand’ on honeymoon night, relationship broken after 30 years, husband will pay Rs 3 crore fine

Nita Yadav

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The girl living in Mumbai got married to a young man living in America in 1994. Now the marriage of both is broken. A word spoken on the night of the honeymoon caused such a rift in their relationship that it became difficult for the husband and wife to live together. Finally the wife moved to her mother’s house and decided to separate from her husband. The woman decided to separate from her husband.

In fact, after marriage, like other couples, both husband and wife went to Nepal for honeymoon. On the honeymoon night, the young man told his wife that you are ‘second hand’. The two came back together from the honeymoon, but the wife could not forget these words and their marriage eventually broke up. The court found the husband guilty in the case and ordered him to pay an alimony of Rs 1.5 lakh per month along with compensation of Rs 3 crore.

The woman had married another time

After marriage both husband and wife started living together in America. This was the woman’s second marriage. Making a big deal out of this, the husband called it ‘second hand’. These words of her husband stuck in the woman’s mind. After coming back from the honeymoon, she asked her husband the same question several times, whether he really thinks this way about her? Due to which a quarrel started between the two. The husband started doubting his wife and started saying many things about her character.

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Now the fight between the two increased to such an extent that it reached a fight. In 2005, both returned to Mumbai and dropped the woman at her mother’s house. In 2014, the husband returned to America again. Disturbed by all this, a complaint under the Domestic Violence Act was filed in the Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court in 2017 and the Bombay High Court upheld the lower court’s decision. And for alternate house Rs. 75 thousand, as maintenance allowance per month Rs. 1.5 lakh and as compensation Rs. 3 crore was ordered to be paid. The court clarified that this amount is being awarded to the victim woman as compensation for her mental torture and emotional distress.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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