CHANDIGARH: An alimony case was on Tuesday suspended for July 27 as a whole of Rs 24,600 couldn’t be tallied. Reason: the whole sum was in the category of Re 1 and Rs 2 coins.
A drama act was seen in the district courts when a Punjab and Haryana high court legal counselor gave over the month to month support add up to his previous spouse in a pack loaded up with coins. The lady was enraged. “This is another approach to torment and bug me. It is a joke of law,” she said.
The two had petitioned for separation in 2015. The court had then guided the spouse to give an an alimony Rs 25,000 every month as upkeep to her. In any case, when he fizzled, she moved the high court. The spouse was then coordinated to give Rs 50,000 as he had not given her cash for last most recent two months.
The court had then directed the husband to give Rs 25,000 per month as maintenance to her.
The lady declined to accept his appeal that he didn’t have cash. She said he is a honing advocate and has prominent customers. He likewise has various properties on his name, she said. “I am in desperate need of cash. Initially, he gave the alimony cash after such a large number of suspensions and now he has given coins. What will I do with this cash? No bank will acknowledge this,” she said.
The husband replied in defence. “It’s no place composed that the alimony cash must be given in section of Rs 100 or Rs 500 or Rs 2,000 notes. I have used 3 juniors to check and count the cash as well.” He, in any case, gave whatever remains of Rs 400 as Rs100 money notes.
Additional district and sessions judge Rajnisk K Sharma at last dismissed the case for checking the cash.
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