Hasim Khan vs Anjum Nissa @ Anjum on 13 June, 2016

2. The factual matrix culled out from the record is that a
petition under Section 125 Cr.P.C. was filed by the respondent/
wife against the petitioner/husband claiming therein a maintenance
of Rs.20,000/- per month. During the pendency of the main
petition, an application was also filed by the respondent/wife for
the grant of interim maintenance.
3. It was alleged in the petition that marriage between the

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parties was solemnized on 26.04.2009. In the marriage, the father
of the respondent/wife spent a huge sum of money. After
marriage, the rukhsat/vidai was to take place after one year but the
attitude of the father of the petitioner/husband changed. He kept
on demanding more and more money and dowry. He demanded
Mahindra Logan Car and Rs.51 lakh in cash and further Rs.11 lakh
at the time of vidai. On 15.03.2010, sisters of the petitioner/
husband threatened the respondent/wife with dire consequences
and they raised the demand of Rs.One Crore 11 lakh. The
signature of the respondent/wife on the Nikahnama was to be taken
in Delhi as she was not present at the time of nikah and she had
apprehension that her signatures might have been forged on the
Nikahnama. Even the jewellery and dowry articles were wrongly
withheld and misappropriated by the petitioner/husband.
Thereafter, a complaint was made in CAW Cell and then the FIR
No.284/2010, under Sections 406/498-A/34 IPC, Police Station
Saraswati Vihar was registered against the petitioner/husband and
his family members. Since the respondent/wife was unable to
maintain herself, she claimed the maintenance from the petitioner/
husband.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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