Rape case compromised. Married thereafter. Now kicked out of house.
I was having an affair with a boy. I filed a complain against the boy. We compromised and we got married. After marriage we went for our honeymoon. After that they sent me home and now the boy and his family are saying us that they don't want to keep me. Can i file rape case? What all can i do?
you cannot file rape case, however you can file complaint u/s 498 A (cruelty against woman by her husband or his relatives), 406, 323-326 (depending if any hurt caused to you by them), 506 (criminal intimidation), many more sections depending on their behaviour towards you.
please note -
if a man does intercourse with his wife during seperation its an offence,
intercourse against the order of nature is also an offence,
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Suneel Moudgil, Advocate
Advocate Suneel MoudgilG T Road, Panipat
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What compliant you initially filed against the boy.
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Answer to your query, based on limited facts
Rape charge can not be made against husband by a wife.
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