Krishan Chander Dass vs State & Ors on 1 April, 2016

2. Learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner submits
that the aforesaid case was registered on the complaint of respondent
No.2 that petitioner had kidnapped her daughter, respondent no.3
herein who was about 13 years of age. Thereafter, she came to know
that both got married and started living together as husband and wife
since 10.07.2006 and one male child was born from the said wedlock.

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Thus, she does not want to pursue the case further against the
petitioner.

3. Learned counsel for the petitioner further submits that though
respondent no.3 was less than 18 years of age at the time of the
incident, despite, the case should not have been lodged by the Police
against the petitioner in view of judgment passed by the Full Bench of
this Court in case Courts On Its Own Motion (Lajja Devi) Vs. State
2012 VI AD, Delhi 465, whereby held as under:

Source: Indian Kanoon

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