AIR 1995 P H 312 – Smt. Uma Wanti vs Arjan Dev

….These small twigs of abnormal behaviour when piled, one upon another became a heavy burden of “cruelly”. This mental torture was more heavier than any physical torture…

…..In this case, it is pertinent to note that the appellant wife has not entered the witness box to rebut on oath the testimony of the respondent. The respondent has objected to the abnormal behaviour and way of living of the appellant. These facts are within the personal knowledge of the appellant. She was required to enter the witness box to deny the said assertions of the respondent but under the advice of her counsel, she declined to enter the witness box……

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AIR 1995 P H 312 – Smt. Uma Wanti vs Arjan Dev

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