The Allahabad High Court fined a woman Rs 10,000 after she filed a fake FIR against her better half. The court said that she has misused valuable time in the judiciary system and can’t be abused like this on bogus cases since genuine cases are pushed back as a result of it.
The case is from Prayagraj, where a lady had recorded a misleading FIR against her significant other, Muhammad Salman, charging assault before marriage, which Salman had tested in court. But according to reports, he didn’t do anything with her.
Considering his appeal and exploring the case further, the court requested the FIR against him to be suppressed and imposed a fine on the woman. The request was articulated by the seats of Justice Anjani Kumar Mishra and Justice Deepak Verma.
The lady had asserted that the man had an actual relationship with her on the grounds of marriage. He initially refused; however, he later agreed and the couple married; after which, the lady contacted the lady investigating official and filed an FIR.
With all due respect, she said that certain individuals had been making differences between the couple, and it was under that impact that she had filed the FIR. She has currently requested that the FIR be dropped.
The court ordered that in her FIR, the lady had plainly expressed that there was no actual connection between Salman and her and that she just adored him.
Indeed, even in her objection, she had consented to that point. Because of this, the court held that the charges of assault made by her were misleading and unjustifiable. The court also said that the woman might have filed a fake FIR to speed up the marriage.
There are many cases in the world like this in which many men also suffer from bogus allegations. Some big names in society are being crushed by fake assumptions. But at the end of the day, people believe in the judicial system to get the judgment.
Edited By : Khushi Thakur
Published By : Shubham Ghulaxe