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Deepika Jangra vs Harish Kumar @ Sonu on 16 October, 2018

IN THE HIGH COURT FOR THE STATES OF PUNJAB AND
HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
118

TA No.752 of 2018 (OM)
Date of decision : 16.10.2018
Deepika Jangra
… Petitioner
Versus

Harish Kumar @ Sonu
…. Respondent
CORAM: HON’BLE MR.JUSTICE HARINDER SINGH SIDHU

Present:- Mr.Satbir Gill, Advocate
for the petitioner.
None for the respondent.

Harinder Singh Sidhu, J.

Petitioner (wife) has filed the present petition under Section 24

of the Code of Civil Procedure for transfer of the petition under Section 9 of

the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 titled as “Harish Kumar @ Sonu Vs. Deepkia

Jangra” filed by the respondent (husband) which is pending before learned

District Judge (Family Court), Bhiwani, to a court of competent jurisdiction

at Sirsa.

The marriage of the petitioner and respondent was solemnized

on 6.2.2016. Soon after the marriage, respondent and his family members

started taunting, harassing and beating the petitioner on account of dowry.

On 14.5.2017, respondent and his family members gave beating to the

petitioner. She was kept in a locked room to prevent her from contacting

with the parents. On 30.5.2017, she was again beaten by the respondent and

his family members and thrown out of her matrimonial home. The matter

was reported to the police by the petitioner. FIR No.656 dated 11.7.2018

under Sections 323, 34, 406, 498A and 506 IPC at Police Station Sirsa City

was registered.

The petitioner has filed an application under Section 125

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Cr.P.C. at Sirsa for grant of maintenance. Thereafter, the respondent has

filed the petition under Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act against the

petitioner at Bhiwani.

It is stated that parents of the petitioner are very poor. She has

no independent source of income. It is very difficult for her to attend the

court proceedings at Bhiwani which is at a distance of 160 kms from her

place of residence. It is also stated that the petitioner apprehends threat to

her safety, if she attends the court proceedings at Bhiwani. Moreover, as the

respondent is already attending the court at Sirsa in connection with the

cases instituted by the petitioner, no prejudice would be caused to him if

this case is transferred from Bhiwani to Sirsa.

The respondent has been served. However, no one has put in

appearance on his behalf. On the previous date also, no one had appeared

for the respondent.

Considering the aforesaid facts and circumstance, this petition

is allowed.

The petition under Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955

titled as “Harish Kumar @ Sonu Vs. Deepkia Jangra” filed by the

respondent (husband) which is pending before learned District Judge

(Family Court), Bhiwani is withdrawn from that court and transferred to

Sirsa. The learned District Judge, Sirsa may assign it to a competent court.

(Harinder Singh Sidhu)
Judge
16.10.2018
sd
Whether speaking/reasoned : Yes/No
Whether Reportable : Yes/No

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