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Rumy Chowdhury vs The Department Of Revenue, … on 17 September, 2020

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2. Shorn of extraneous details, the brief facts leading to filing of the
present appeal are as follows:
(a). The appellant is serving as a Wing Commander in the Indian Air Force
and belongs to a Scheduled Caste community in Assam. In the year 1999,
the appellant had married one Vikas Hora, also serving in the Indian Air
Force and belonging to a forward caste. The said marriage was solemnized
in Lucknow. Two children (both sons) were born from out of the wedlock in
the years 2001 and 2004 respectively. In May 2005, the appellant initiated
divorce proceedings against her husband on the ground of cruelty before the
Court at Tezpur, Assam. By an order dated 07.03.2009, the Court at Tezpur
had dissolved the marriage of the parties. Pursuant to the divorce, the
appellant and her two children had resided at the Air Force Station, Jorhat,
Assam and later on, between the years 2010 to 2016, they had resided at the
Air Force Station accommodation in Delhi where she was posted.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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