We Dont Take Honour Killing Matter Lightly: Supreme Court Notice To UP

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Publish Date : 2022-04-01


We Dont Take Honour Killing Matter Lightly: Supreme Court Notice To UP

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there were no specific allegations against her uncle in the FIR, which merely said that they opposed the marriage. The advocate said that Deepti Mishra's uncle Manikant Mishra and two sons were involved in the assault and there were previous incidents also, for which several complaints were registered by the victim. The bench said, "This is an honour killing matter and we don't take it lightly". It, however, said, "Should we entertain this plea merely on the ground that respondent number two (Manikant Mishra) opposed the marriage. There is no specific allegation. There are no specific allegations. FIR does not say that he was there at the time of the incident or he was the conspirator."New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it would not take "honour killing" lightly and sought a response from the Uttar Pradesh government on a plea of a woman seeking cancellation of bail of her uncle, who had allegedly conspired in the killing of her husband last year over inter-caste marriage. Before issuing notice to the state government and others, a bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant posed tough questions to advocate MS Arya, appearing for one Deepti Mishra whose husband was allegedly killed. The bench was of the view that there wer



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