A single judge of Karnataka High Court at Bengaluru bench held as follows,
From Para 8,
Shilpashree J.M. Vs Gurumanjunatha .A.S. on 19 Jun 2023
Admittedly, the petitioner No.1 was working prior to her marriage and it is asserted that after marriage she resigned the said job. But, there is no explanation as to why she is incapable of working now. She is not supposed to sit idle and seek entire maintenance from her husband and she is also legally bound to make some efforts to meet her livelihood and she can seek only supportive maintenance from her husband.
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