Law cannot differentiate between Hindu, Christian, Muslim or secular cruelty in divorce cases: Kerala High Court

The Court explicitly stated that it is not in agreement with the theory that what constitutes cruelty to grant divorce can be different for persons belonging to different religions.

The Kerala High Court recently held that matrimonial cruelty to justify divorce must have a uniform definition regardless of personal laws [Mary Margaret v Jos P Thomas].

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