Trial Courts Require Central Government Sanction for Section 498A IPC Prosecutions of Marital Cruelty Committed Abroad: Kerala HC

In a landmark judgment, the Kerala High Court has ruled that criminal proceedings under Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), which deals with marital cruelty, cannot proceed in India without prior sanction from the Central Government if the alleged acts occurred outside the country. The decision was delivered by Justice A. Badharudeen, in

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