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CRLR/136/2021 on 7 June, 2021

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CRLR No.136 of 2021
Hon’ble R.C. Khulbe, J.

Mr. Neeraj Garg, learned counsel for the
applicant.

Mr. Pramod Tiwari, learned B.H. for the State.
This revision is directed against the judgment
and order dated 26.02.2021 passed by the Additional
Judge, Family Court, Dehradun in Crl. Case No.176
of 2017, Rashmi Chauhan Rana v. Sohan S. Rana.

It is submitted by the learned counsel that the
revisionist had filed Original Suit No.1080 of 2017,
Sohan Singh Rana v. Rashmi Chauhan, u/s 9 for the
restitution of conjugal rights, wherein, an application
u/s 24 of the
Hindu Marriage Act was filed by the
respondent; on that application, the concerned Court
directed the revisionist to pay Rs.20,000/- as litigation
expenses besides Rs.15,000/- as maintenance
pendente lite; against the said order, the revisionist
preferred Appeal from Order No.319 of 2019 before
this Court; when the matter was listed before the
Division Bench of this Court on 02.11.2019, both the
learned counsel for the parties were present before the
court and on their reaching to an agreement, the
Division Bench ordered the fixed the amount of
maintenance as Rs.10,000/- per month; since the
revisionist is regularly paying the said amount,
accordingly, he is not required to pay maintenance
@Rs.15,000/- to the respondent, as has been awarded
by the Court below.

Issue notice to the private respondents.
Summon the LCR.

Steps to be taken within seven days.
List the matter on 27.7.2021.

Meanwhile, the revisionist will continue to pay
Rs.10,000/- per month to the respondent no.2 as per
order dated 02.11.2019 passed by the Division Bench
of this Court.

Stay application (IA 1/21) stands disposed of as
such.

(R.C. Khulbe, J.)
07.06.2021
Rdang

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