Curious point in this judgment of Hon’ble High Court of Andhra Pradesh, is that
Shaik Riayazun Bee Vs The State Of A.P. on 1 June, 2016
It is true by virtue of marriage between A1 and complainant, the relatives of one side became relatives of both sides in a general sense. However, for the strict construction of penal provision under Section 498A, A6 who was the relative of the complainant, cannot be said to be the relative of the husband of the complainant i.e.A1. For this reason and also for the reason that no allegations of cruelty falling within the meaning of Section 498A IPC and the allegations touching other offences are made against A6, she deserves quashment of the proceedings.
Shades of Knife
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