Chandigarh: In Faridabad, Haryana, a man left his wife and lived in a live-in relationship with his sister-in-law. Both the brothers-in-law demanded protection in the High Court, terming their lives in danger. The Punjab and Haryana High Court judges were worried about this. The petition said that the person is the father of two daughters. His wife lives along with his two daughters in her home place.
Whereas, the person's sister-in-law is in a love affair with her brother-in-law. The family and relatives are upset with this. In such a situation, if the couple's life is threatened by the wife and relatives, then security should be provided. Also, the live-in relationship of both should be recognized. At the same time, the High Court bench quashed a petition seeking the protection of the brother-in-law. With this, the question has been raised as to how to recognize this relation i.e. live-in relationship of brother-in-law.
The High Court has said that it does not think their lives are in danger. In such a case how the High Court should interfere in this matter and issue an order. Saying this, the petition was dismissed by the judge. The second aspect of the case is that the wife of the petitioner is living in her ancestral house. She is also taking care of both minor daughters. Her divorce case between her husband is also pending in court. But the husband is still living with his sister-in-law.