THE HIGH COURT OF MADHYA PRADESH
(REENA DANGI Vs BHAGWAN SINGH)
Gwalior, Dated : 16-04-2018
Shri D.D.Bansal, learned counsel for the appellant.
Shri Rajmani Bansal, learned counsel for respondent No.1.
At the outset it is submitted by counsel for the appellant that in
compliance to order dated 13.03.2018, the appellant has opened an
account in Zila Sahakari Kendriya Bank Maryadit, Vidisha and also
furnished the BPL status. As regards BPL, learned counsel for the
appellant relying an affidavit filed by appellant on 16.03.2018 has
submitted that she is not availing any subsidy under any scheme of the
State Government or Central Government and she also does not hold
any BPL card.
Be that as it may, by order dated 13.03.2018 respondent was
also called upon to comply the order passed on 19.12.2017 on the
application under Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act directing
maintenance pendente lite for Rs.6000/- per month to wife and
Rs.3000/- per month to child and Rs.1500/- to meet out the
conveyance charge for appearing in the present matter. It is submitted
on behalf of appellant that the said order has not been complied with.
It is stated on behalf of the respondent that the order of
maintenance pendente lite as also order to pay conveyance charge
shall be complied with within a period of fifteen days.
List in the week commencing 30.04.2018. It is made clear that
if the order is not complied with, this Court may be constrained to
close the defence of the respondent and shall instantly hear the appeal.
(SANJAY YADAV) (ASHOK KUMAR JOSHI)
vv Digitally signed by VALSALA
Date: 2018.04.17 12:59:51