Anju @ Ajay vs Yogesh Bansal on 27 January, 2017

2. Marriage between the appellant and the respondent was solemnized as
per Hindu Rites and Customs on February 21, 2002. A son was born on June

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06, 2003, but unfortunately the matrimonial discord between the couple had
taken its toll much prior when the appellant left her matrimonial house on
October 28, 2002. The son was born when she was in the house of her
parents.
3. Pleading for divorce to be granted on ground of cruelty and desertion,
case pleaded by the husband was that initially the appellant resisted
consummation of the marriage stating that she had a mental block towards
sex. As per the husband, the wife was not feeling well in the month of
October, 2002. It was then detected that she was in the family way. He
could not understand as to why the wife called her father on October 28,
2002 and she left the matrimonial house. Pleading that repeated attempts
made to reason with the wife and his in-laws failed, alleging further that
birth of the son was never communicated to him or his family members, it
was pleaded that on October 14, 2003, the husband’s father along with one
Jagdish Singh, a resident of Narela and President of the Welfare Association
and one Rakesh, a resident of Narela intervened but all efforts fail. He
pleaded that in spite of an agreement that he could meet the child at least
once a month and this assurance not being adhered to by the wife, he went to
meet the son in JNB Nursery School, Alipur in October, 2007, where the
child was studying only to find in retaliation a police complaint made by the
wife. It is alleged that denial by the wife to even permit access to the son
would be an act of cruelty.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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