Sunday, July 28, 2013

Husband compelled wife for SEX multiple times. So the beloved Wife accuses this NRI hubby of MARITAL RAPE / cruelty akin to Rape! Husband runs to court, "...5 lakhs for bail...", says court! In an E mail, NRI hubby begs wife to join back, but wife says she will get sexually transmitted disease thru him !! ".....he would not be able to live without her and their child..." and he was helpless , but do NOT worry about such niceties .......

Dear Ladies : IS your husband compelling you to have sex multiple times ? you can call him pervert ! & accuse him of cruelty akin to marital rape. husband will have to run for Bail and pay huge amounts of money as bail bonds and lawyer fee or loose his job !!! The same husband MAY say, ".....he would not be able to live without her and their child..." and he was helpless , but do NOT worry about such niceties ... As far as possible try and threaten him with arrest and loss of job and that will really shake him 


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Rs 5 lakh pre-arrest bail in cruelty case

Swati Deshpande, TNN Jul 27, 2013, 01.14AM IST


MUMBAI: The Bombay HC high court on Thursday granted a man anticipatory bail for Rs 5lakh in a cruelty case filed by his wife in Mumbai. The court imposed stringent conditions on him to report to the Indian embassy through the consulate once a week in which ever country he is working as he was employed abroad and to furnish his employer's address. But it directed that a lookout notice issued at the Versova police station be withdrawn since he had cooperated with the police.

The court heard the wife's lawyers, Juzer Udaipuri and Simran Puri, who said the woman married for eight years has accused him of compelling her "multiple times" and that she was "afraid of contracting a sexually transmitted disease through him". Udaipuri argued that it was akin to a case "marital rape" and that the woman who has a three-year-old son out of the wedlock has "suffered as he hurled abuses at her and assaulted her". She alleged that he was a "pervert".

The court observed that she had received an email from him last June where he apologized and assured that he would not to harass or subject her to cruelty again. He expressed his "helplessness" and said he would not be able to live without her and their child but JusticeSadhana Jadhav observed that the wife was "not inclined to forgive him for reasons best known to her". The Versova police registered a cruelty case against the husband who is working in the Gulf. His lawyer Indrajeet Kulkarni said no custodial interrogation is necessary in this case, but the wife who has also filed for divorce argued that if protected from arrest he may not be available for interrogation as he works abroad.