Sanjay Sharma & Ors vs The State And Anr on 5 April, 2016

2. Learned Additional Public Prosecutor for respondent-State
submitted that the respondent No.2, present in the Court has been

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identified to be the complainant/first-informant of the FIR in question
by her counsel.
3. The factual matrix of the present case is that the marriage
between the petitioner no.1 and the respondent no.2 was solemnized
on 20.11.1989. After marriage, Santosh Tiwari constantly harassed the
complainant by making remarks on the lack of dowry. One evening,
when the husband of the complainant came home, Ms. Santosh Tiwari
told him that the complainant has been misbehaving with her and thus
the husband of the complainant gave beatings to the complainant. The
period since the complainant’s first arrival at Jaipur from 1993 to 98-
99 were the most traumatic years of the life of the complainant with
constant mental and physical abuse. The complainant’s health started
to deteriorate due to constant beating from the husband and father-in-
law of the complainant. Later, the complainant came to know that her
husband was having relations with other girls too. The husband of the
complainant stayed in Delhi for a year after the complainant and he
separated in the year 1999 and continued to mentally torture the
complainant over the phone. In the month of May 2002, the in-laws of
the complainant came to her to take the kids along and the
complainant was threatened by them for refusing. All the jewellery
and other istridhan of the complainant were still lying with her
husband and her in-laws and it was not returned to her.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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