The Allahabad High Court recently tried to bring two families back together by sorting out disputes between a man and his wife after they stated that they wished to bury all their differences.
The division bench of Justice Dr. Kaushal Jayendra Thaker and Justice Gautam Chowdhary passed this order while hearing a criminal misc. writ petition filed by Usha Anuragi And 3 Others.
“We have tried our level best for the whole day, which has been a very fruitful time so as to bring two families again on good terms by sorting out their disputes. The marriage anniversary of the couple is on January 25, 2021 and it is decided amongst the parties and we are very happy to note that the girl with her some relatives would go to the boy’s place at Kanpur on January 25, 2021. We are really happy that father of the girl has also agreed to this proposal.”
The Court said the father-in-law, mother-in-law and other relatives should see that a good cordial and warm atmosphere is created. “We are observing this because the parties are away from each other for about two years. We have requested all the persons, who are present before us to bury the past and look forward to future.”
The settlement, which we are having is more than a disposal for us as we feel that we have done real justice to the young couple and their parents. We hope that the husband shall find out a suitable and habitable accommodation on or before February 2, 2021 as, according to him, during this Covid-19, he has vacated rented accommodation in Pune. He will convey his future plan to this Court.
The Court held, “We normally in dispute pertaining to such offence do not even issue notice but we now feel that when in the highest Court of the State, people have expectation from us more than they wanted from the trial judiciary, we had issued notice and we are really thankful to the Advocates for the parties that these two days have been utilized by them for seeing that the young couple’s family is united.”
Meanwhile, the earlier order of no coercive action against any of the accused shall continue as the complainant is present before us and she has conveyed that she wants to bury all the old differences and nightmares. Similar is the feeling with the boy and his parents also, which has been conveyed to us orally. In view of this, the matter has been listed on February 2 for further conciliation.