Casting aspersion on spouse’s character torturous: High Court

Casting aspersion on spouse’s character torturous: High Court
Casting aspersion on the character of spouse is the worst form of cruelty and amounts to mental torture, the Delhi High Court has ruled while granting divorce to a woman from her husband. 
“As per the settled legal position, casting such aspersions on the character of the spouse has the effect of causing deleterious effect on the mind of such spouse and the same is the worse form of cruelty,” justice Kailash Gambhir said while setting aside a lower court’s ruling which had dismissed a woman’s plea for divorce. 
“The physical beating by the husband on many occasion by itself constitutes cruelty, but the scandalous allegation levelled by him attacking the moral character of the wife or attributing her relationship with some sadhu certainly amounts to worse form of cruelty in the absence of any corroboration to such allegations,” the judge said.
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