Talaq realizes: SC refuses to entertain Muslim woman

NEW DELHI: On Wednesday she refused to file a guilty plea for two Talaq warnings her husband gave her and said she can not receive a written request on the subject.

A bank of judges R Banumathi and A S Bopana got rid of the statement saying that it is not a court in which it can be challenged, which gives it the freedom to move an appropriate forum to get help.

The lawyer M M Kashyap, who introduced himself to the woman, said that the process had not been followed in accordance with the personal law.

The bank said that it can not enter into the merits of the motive and that the petitioner must approach the appropriate forum.

The woman, who claimed to have been married to the man for nine years, also requested the FIR registration against the husband for having warned her, the first on March 25 and the second on May 7.

The statement says that the woman married on February 22, 2009 according to customs and has two children of nine years (child) and six years (girl).

She maintained that on August 17, 2017, the apex court had maintained the practice among Muslims as unconstitutional and that the notices delivered by the husband violated that order.

The woman, a Delhi resident on her guilty plea, said her husband and in-laws began harassing her and assaulting her after marriage for lack of additional dowry and a car.

She said that the Muslim Women's Ordinance (Protection of Marriage Rights), 2019, which was enacted on January 12, is in her favor.