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Chandresh Shrivastava vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh on 22 February, 2018
In the aforesaid circumstances, the allegation with regard to demand of dowry and harassment are prima facie absurd and the aforesaid facts show that after getting summons of the petition for divorce filed by the applicant no.1, as a counter blast, she lodged the FIR maliciously with a view to take revenge with the husband and in-laws.
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