Hindu son can divorce wife if she tries to separate him from parents
The Supreme Court has ruled that a divorce may be allowed if a divorce is allowed to abandon old parents. A bench headed by Justice Anil R. D’Owa also observed that false allegations about adultery and continuous suicide threats could be considered as reasons for divorce. A division bench of Justice LK Nageshwara said that the division bench of the Karnataka High Court Narendra-K Meena had granted divorce.
“It is not the right thing to separate the single source of income from the old parents as per Hindu tradition. Serving older parents to the end is the virtue. After marriage, the wife is part of her husband’s family. No husband will ever tolerate her from turning away from her parents, “said Justice Anil R. Dave. The petition was filed by the petitioner, seeking to move away from his family home. Following a denial of this demand, he said that he had an affair with his employer. Threatened to commit suicide by putting pressure on mental pressure, “the petitioner said.
The court said that the wife understands the mental condition of her husband who is to be threatened. If the wife who committed suicide is dead, her entire life will be suspicious. False propaganda about adultery will disrupt one’s personality. In the social media, including Facebook, they are being criticized in the order.