Denial of Conjugal Rights is No Ground to Seek Waiver of Cooling Off Period U/s 14 HMA, Rules Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court has ruled that denial of conjugal rights even though is a ground for divorce and amounts to cruelty, it can’t be called exceptional hardship u.s 14 of the Hindu Marriage Act of 1995. As per the Bench of Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh denial of sex by a

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