chhattisgarh high court and marital rape: “Strange sex is a woman”; Chhattisgarh High Court acquits husband in rape complaint

Highlight:

  • Rape of the wife is not a crime.
  • Sex cannot be seen as rape.
  • The controversial statement was made by the Chhattisgarh High Court.

Raipur: The Chhattisgarh High Court acquitted her husband of raping his wife. Rape between a man and a woman legally married by force or against the will of the wife cannot be considered rape. The court said it would not be rape even if the wife was under the age of 18.

The complainant is legally married to the accused. Therefore, sexual relations against the will of the wife are not considered rape. The court also ruled that the husband’s action could not be considered illegal.

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The married woman had filed a complaint with the police against her husband and his family on November 22. “After the marriage, the husband and the family imposed various forms of authority and restrictions. He used to publicly insult and ridicule them.

Her husband had unnatural physical relationships with her. She was in a relationship that caused injuries to her private parts. He was subjected to unnatural sexual harassment. According to the complaint, the woman had to face various health problems after being raped.

The Kerala High Court had ruled earlier this month that forced sex without the consent of the couple could be considered grounds for divorce. It is time to break the marriage laws of the country. The court also said that secular secular law should be introduced for marriage and divorce instead of personal law. A bench in the division of Justices Mohammad Mushtaq and Kauser Edappagath said the unified law was the need at the time. The court rejected the appeal filed by a prominent doctor, son and real estate dealer in Kozhikode against the court order granting the divorce.

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The idea that the wife’s body was in his debt should not be a premeditated assault. Such a situation is a usurpation of the privacy and individual liberty of an individual. The court ruled that divorce was denied in such cases and that the plaintiff could not be said to have suffered.

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