Tripura High Court Grants Judicial Separation To Old Couple On Humanitarian Grounds

Tripura High Court Grants Judicial Separation To Old Couple On Humanitarian Grounds

Case: Smti. Pramila Ghosh (Guha) Versus Sri Anup Kumar Guha

Coram: Justice T. Amarnath Goud & Justice S.G. Chattopadhyay

Case No.: F.A.01 of 2022

Court Observation: “After elaborate arguments on behalf of both sides, both the parties present in court have mutually consented to be away from each other in view of their domestic issues and prays for judicial separation for some period. As the parties are senior citizens and considering their case on special reasons and having humanitarian grounds not to precipitate the litigation and with a hope in future they will have better days this court is of the view that for granting judicial separation which would be appropriate instead of divorce.”

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