[Domestic Violence] The aggrieved often do not rush to police or keep medical records of abuse: Bombay High Court upholds payment of compensation

The Nagpur Bench was approached by the husband challenging the compensation ordered by Sessions Court on the wife's allegations of physical, mental, and emotional abuse by the husband
[Domestic Violence] The aggrieved often do not rush to police or keep medical records of abuse: Bombay High Court upholds payment of compensation

Aggrieved persons do not always rush to police when inflicted with abuse nor do they necessarily keep medical records if they are injured, observed the Bombay High Court recently while upholding an order directing the husband to pay compensation in a domestic violence case.

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