Application No. 12110 of 2017. Case: Vinod @ Vinod Kumar and Others Vs State of U.P. and Another. High Court of Allahabad (India)

Case NumberApplication No. 12110 of 2017
CounselFor Appellant: Vijay Prakash Singh Kushw, Adv. and For Respondents: G.A. and Geetam Singh, Adv.
JudgesSurya Prakash Kesarwani, J.
IssueIndian Penal Code - Sections 498A, 504
Judgement DateMay 09, 2017
CourtHigh Court of Allahabad (India)


Surya Prakash Kesarwani, J.

Heard learned counsel for the applicants and the learned AGA for the State-respondent.

On 28.4.2017, the matter was heard and the following order was passed:

The opposite party No.2 is present in court. She is willing to go for mediation but she wants that on the date as may be fixed by the Mediation Centre, her husband may also remain personally present so that both may mutually try to resolve their dispute and in real sense efforts in mediation may be made to restore normalcy in their life.

Learned counsel for the applicants states that on 09.05.2017, the applicant No.1 shall remain personally present in court to express his willingness in mediation and also to undertake that on each and every date fixed by the Mediation Centre for reconciliation, he shall remain personally present. The opposite party No.2 has also shown her willingness to remain personally present before this court on 09.05.2017.

In view of the aforesaid, put up on 09.05.2017 on which date the applicant No.1 and the opposite party No.2, both shall remain personally present in court.

Learned counsel for the applicant no.1 and the opposite party no.2 both are present in Court. They state that they shall remain personally present on the dates which may be fixed in Mediation.

Learned counsel for the applicants submits that the present matter is a matrimonial matter which can be well considered by the Mediation and Conciliation Centre of this Court. He further submits that there are chances of reconciliation between the husband and wife, therefore, the matter may be referred to the Mediation Centre.

Having considered the arguments advanced across the bar, I have a feeling that Court owes a duty to the society to strain to the utmost to repair the frayed relations between the parties so that...

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