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Smt. Babita Bai vs Radheshyam Sharma on 8 March, 2019

1 FA-214-2016
The High Court Of Madhya Pradesh
FA-214-2016
(SMT. BABITA BAI Vs RADHESHYAM SHARMA)

9
Gwalior, Dated : 08-03-2019
Shri Anil Kumar Sharma, learned counsel for the appellant.
Shri Sanjay Kumar Mishra, learned counsel for the respondent.

It is stated on behalf of the respondent that the order passed for interim
maintenance has been complied with. Though it is submitted by the learned
counsel for the respondent that certain amount has been deposited, however,

it is spelt out by the learned counsel for the appellant that still Rs.15,000/- is
to be paid by the respondent towards maintenance pendente lite.

We make it clear that in case remaining amount is not deposited within
ten days, this court will be constrained to draw contempt against the
respondent.

List in the week commencing 18.3.2019.

(SANJAY YADAV) (VIVEK AGARWAL)
JUDGE JUDGE

SP

SANJEEV
KUMAR PHANSE
2019.03.08
17:58:32 +05’30’

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