Recognized Tribes Admitting Following Hindu Traditions and Customs, and Jointly File a Petition U/S 13(B) of the Hindu Marriage Act for Dissolution of Marriage, Then the Court Cannot Relegate Them to Customary Courts Citing the Bar U/S 2(2) of the Act: Telangana HC

In a judgment, the Telangana High Court has ruled that members of recognized tribes, who voluntarily adopt Hindu customs and traditions, cannot be excluded from the purview of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. The ruling came in a Civil Revision Petition filed by Kadavath Srikanth against an order returning his petition for divorce by mutual

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