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Ajay Johar vs Amarjeet on 23 August, 2018

224 CMM-76-2016 in FAO-M-27-2012


Present: Mr. V.S. Rana, Advocate, for the appellant.

Mr. Rajesh Duhan, Advocate, for the respondent.

This is an application under Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act

filed by the appellant-husband seeking maintenance pendente lite from his wife

by pleading that he does not have sufficient means of livelihood and is earning

around Rs.6000/- to Rs.7000/- per month whereas the respondent-wife is

employed in Haryana Police and earning a sum of Rs.40,000/- per month.

We have considered the facts and circumstances of the


The appellant-husband, in the present case, is seeking divorce

from the respondent-wife. He has claimed that his earning is only Rs.6000/-

to Rs.7000/- per month. The said amount appears to be sufficient enough to

enable him to survive as the respondent-wife does not claim any maintenance

from him. The child born out of the wedlock is also maintained by the


The circumstances do not warrant grant of any maintenance

pendente lite to the appellant-husband.

Application under Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act filed by

the appellant-husband, is dismissed.

The appeal be listed as per turn.


harsha JUDGE

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