[498A] Taunting Daughter-in-Law is Part of Married Life, Can’t be a Ground to Refuse Anticipatory Bail

A Mumbai Court while granting anticipatory bail to aged in-laws for an offence under Section 498A IPC has observed that talking sarcastically and taunting daughter-in-law is part of married life, therefore cannot be ground of seeking custody for an offence under Section 498A IPC The order has been passed on the application of Ramesh and

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