Court grants bail in citys first triple talaq case

first_imgNew Delhi: A Delhi court has granted bail to a man held for giving triple talaq to his wife. Duty Magistrate Dinesh Kumar on Saturday granted bail to Atir Shamim and directed him to deposit a personal bail bond of Rs 30,000 and two sureties of like amount. This is seen as the first such case in the national capital after triple talaq was outlawed. During the hearing, advocates Bharat Bagga and Rishabh Kumar told the court that their client Shamim was being falsely implicated. “There is matrimonial dispute between the parties due to which the complainant made a false complaint and misused the process of law,” they argued. Countering this, the counsel for Ramiya Yaha, 29, and the public prosecutor said that there were serious allegations against the accused. “The complainant (wife) was subjected to cruelty when she was staying with the accused… His family members used to torture the complainant,” the lawyer said.last_img

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