Bombay High Court quashes rape FIR on complainant's consent but imposes ₹25k costs on her

The woman claimed in the complaint that she had been raped and compelled to terminate her pregnancy by the accused. However, she later filed an affidavit stating that she had no objection if the complaint was quashed.
Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court on September 20 imposed a cost of ₹25,000 on a woman who had earlier alleged that she was raped and compelled to terminate pregnancies twice, before the case was ultimately quashed on consent. [Sandip Sundarrao Patil & Ors. v. State of Maharashtra & Anr.]

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