Kerala: A case will be registered against a woman who was forced to pay money by lying to get pregnant

Agency, Kochi

Published by: Dev Kashyap
Updated to Wednesday, 27 October 2021 06:17 AM IST

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The woman had filed a petition in the high court seeking dismissal of the case filed against her, which was rejected by the Kerala High Court.

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The Kerala High Court has paved the way for a trial of a woman who falsely accused a man of making her pregnant and forcing her to marry him or pay him money. The offended man committed suicide.

The woman had filed a petition in the high court seeking dismissal of the case filed against her, which was rejected by the Kerala High Court. On the one hand, the High Court ruled that the woman was not even pregnant, but threatened the man with dire consequences if she did not get married and with serious consequences if she did not pay the money.

The parents of the deceased told police that their son had committed suicide in April 2015 as a result of these threats. The High Court stated that it appears in the chargesheet filed in the trial court that the petitioner woman made false allegations in this case. Such a threat cannot be seen as well-intentioned. Not even the dialogue that takes place between two parties that are interrelated. Instead, it reflects the intentions of the petitioner. Judging by the facts that came to light it seems to have prompted suicide.

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The Kerala High Court has paved the way for a trial of a woman who falsely accused a man of making her pregnant and forcing her to marry him or pay him money. The offended man committed suicide.

The woman had filed a petition in the high court seeking dismissal of the case filed against her, which was rejected by the Kerala High Court. On the one hand, the High Court ruled that the woman was not even pregnant, but threatened the man with dire consequences if he did not marry, and with serious consequences if he did not pay the money.

The parents of the deceased told police that their son had committed suicide in April 2015 as a result of these threats. The High Court stated that it appears in the chargesheet filed in the trial court that the petitioner woman made false allegations in this case. Such a threat cannot be seen as well-intentioned. Not even the dialogue that takes place between two parties that are interrelated. Instead, it reflects the intentions of the petitioner. Judging by the facts that came to light it seems to have prompted suicide.

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