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MUMBAI: “It is well known fact that it is the habit of the youth of today, to project a glossy picture and posting the same in the social media though its contents may not be always true,” mentioned Justice Bharati Dangre of Bombay high court final week whereas granting no aid to a father.
The Judge’s observations had been in an order when she declined to intrude with a household court order directing a father to pay Rs 25,000 as upkeep to his daughter.
Justice Dangre mentioned, because the father’s rivalry that his daughter’s incomes is Rs.72 lakhs to Rs.80 lakhs is predicated merely on her images posted on Instagram and its historical past, the (household court) “Judge has rightly disbelieved the same in the absence of any independent evidence to be brought on record.”
The HC mentioned contemplating his earnings and “his responsibility to maintain his daughter, who was found to be without any source of income” and, significantly, when she is pursuing her profession which “warranted huge fees to be incurred”, the court has rejected his plea to cut back the upkeep quantity to Rs 25,000.
“I do not see any illegality or perversity, in the impugned order(order under challenge) and upholding the same, the writ petition is rejected,” mentioned Justice Dangre.
The man and his spouse had a marital discord since 2014 and in 2018 she had sought upkeep when household court directed him to pay Rs 25,000 per 30 days from July 2015 to his daughter who was a serious until disposal of principal petition.
He moved the household court for modification primarily based on “subsequent developments”.
The household court order mentioned the authorized place is that “even when a daughter becomes major, she is entitled to maintenance from her father till her marriage and, as can be seen from the provisions of Section 24 of the Hindu Marriage Act, there is no embargo for the maintenance not being paid by the father in favour of the daughter, who is major.”
His different grounds that she earns a “handsome income” had been primarily based on her social media posts which the HC mentioned the household court has “rightly” mentioned “her instagram biography is not sufficient to hold that she has independent and sufficient income.”

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