After the divorce, when the husband asked the wife to pay a allowance of 24,600 rupees every month, the husband put a lot of coins in the court room that the court's proceedings had to be adjourned in counting.
The wife is a lawyer by profession, the incident is from the Union Territory of Chandigarh. Fierce chopped in a court here According to a media report, a husband gave his ex-wife as a allowance of Rs 24,600 in the form of a second and a rupee rupee coin, and on this, the wife accused the lawyer husband of saying that this person was like me. Bothered. According to the information received, the former woman's husband works as a lawyer in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.
It is being told that they were married on February 8, 2014, and after two months her husband removed her from the house. On May 2014, the husband filed a petition for the judicial separation in the district court, which was withdrawn by the husband after one year. After this, on October 2015, the husband filed a case in the district court for divorce, which is pending in the court. The wife had appealed for alimony.
In order to give the wife an allowance, the husband had brought so many coins in her husband's bag. Seeing so many coins women got angry with anger. Let the woman's husband argue for the move, saying, 'It has not been written anywhere that the money is to be given in the notes of Rs. 100, 500 and 2000 rupees.' If there was a problem in counting the coins, then on July 27 he was asked to come back with money.