The Allahabad Excessive Courtroom has held that no person can intervene within the peaceable lifetime of two adults residing collectively of their very own will.
Listening to a writ petition filed by Shaista Parveen, additionally known as Sangeeta, and her Muslim husband alleging harassment by their members of the family, Justice Saral Srivastava noticed, “The courtroom has repeatedly held that the place two people having attained the age of majority, reside collectively, no person is entitled to intervene of their peaceable life.”
In accordance with the petition, Sangeeta determined to observe Islam and after conversion, married a Muslim man.
Within the petition, each claimed that they have been adults and alleged that there’s menace to their lives from their members of the family.
They sought a path to the alternative events for not interfering of their married life and likewise for defense of their lives and liberty. The petitioners declare that they’re residing collectively of their very own will.
The Excessive Courtroom made the remark referring to an Supreme Courtroom order, wherein the highest courtroom had held that “as soon as an individual turns into a serious she or he can marry whosoever he/she likes”.
“If mother and father of the boy or lady don’t approve of such inter-caste or inter-religious marriage, the utmost they’ll do is that they’ll reduce off social relations with the son or the daughter, however they can’t give threats or commit or instigate acts of violence and can’t harass the particular person, who undergoes such inter-caste or inter- spiritual marriage,” the SC had held.
The Allahabad HC has fastened February eight as the following date of listening to into the matter and directed the petitioner’s husband to be current earlier than it with a set deposit receipt of Rs three lakh in favour of his spouse.