Nur Männer können in Indien wegen Ehebruchs vor Gericht gestellt werden

Aus The Hindu:

“The mere fact that the appellant is a woman makes her completely immune to the charge of adultery, and she cannot be proceeded against is evident from a plain reading of Section 497…”

“Die bloße Tatsache, daß die Berufungskägerin eine Frau ist macht sie gegen einen Vorwurf des Ehebruchs vollständig immun, und es kann gegen sie nicht vorgegangen werden, ergibt sich aus einer einfachen Lektüre von Abschnitt 497 …”

Eine Ehefrau hat eine angebliche Rivalin wegen Ehebruchs angezeigt. Die hat gegen die Zulassung der Klage Berufung eingelegt und recht bekommen – mit der Begründung oben.

Nur Männer können in Indien wegen Ehebruchs vor Gericht gestellt werden.

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