Mere Act of a Mother-in-law Objecting to the Household Work of Her Daughter-in-law Does Not Constitute Cruelty Under Section 498-A IPC: MP HC

Recently, the Madhya Pradesh High Court stated that the mere act of a mother-in-law objecting to the household work of her daughter-in-law does not constitute cruelty under Section 498-A IPC. The bench of Justice Gurpal Singh Ahluwalia was dealing with the application filed for seeking quashment of FIR registered for offence under Sections 498-A, 506

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