Matrimonial Dispute – Casual Reference of Names of Family Members

Mere casual reference of the names of the family members in a matrimonial dispute without allegation of active involvement in the matter would not justify taking cognizance against them overlooking the fact borne out of experience that there is a tendency to involve the entire family members of the house hold in the domestic quarrel taking place in a matrimonial dispute especially if it happens soon after the wedding. Rajendra Sood v. State of U.P., 2017 (98) ACC 521.