The Allahabad High Court has refused to grant protection to a married woman for being in a cohabiting relationship with another. The court said the petition is nothing but the stamp of the High Court on the illicit relationship. The order was given by a division bench of Judge Dr KJ Thakar and Judge Ajay Tyagi on the plea of Sunita Devi.
The court said the country is ruled by the constitution. Housing is allowed, but petitioners cannot be considered husband and wife. Contrary to various social ethics, living in a relationship of cohabitation. However, the court considers the right to live with people of the same sex. Indian society does not accept accommodation.
The court cannot authorize illegality. It is known that the applicant left her husband’s house. He also has children. Says husband asks his friends to have a relationship. She lives with another. Accused police and husband of harassment and threats. But did not file a complaint with the police. The court said she could file a complaint with the police under the rules.
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