No more online chat with partner, woman assures courtJuly 4th, 2011 - 10:56 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, July 4 (IANS) A Mumbai-based woman who allegedly emotionally blackmailed her online chat partner - an MNC employee working in Gurgaon - after he refused to marry her, Monday appeared before the Delhi High Court and stated that she would not communicate with him any longer.
Following her commitment, the man withdrew his complaint against her.
The women only appeared before the court after it slammed her non-appearance on the previous hearing June 27, and issued a bailable warrant of Rs.10,000 to ensure her presence on the next date of hearing.
As the woman, a research associate at Indian Institute of Technology-Mumbai, appeared in court, Justice Mukta Gupta heard the matter in her chamber, where the woman alleged that the man, Sandeep Kushwaha, had physical relations with her but was backing out of marriage. Kushwaha denied the charges.
However, after the court’s intervention, the woman stated that she would not write any letter, e-mail or make any communication with Kushwaha except for legal remedies.
Kushwaha, an IIT-Kanpur graduate, withdrew his petition alleging blackmail by the woman, after hearing her commitment.
“The present petition is dismissed as withdrawn with liberty to both parties to take legal remedies as available to them in law,” said Justice Gupta.
Meanwhile, the woman refused to accept the travel and lodging expenses from the petitioner, which was earlier directed by Justice Suresh Kait to pay for her Mumbai-Delhi trip.
Kushwaha told the court that he befriended the girl, a Ph.D. in Physics from Allahabad University, on internet last August and began chatting with her. The duration of the chat gradually grew longer and often ended late into the night.
He said as their friendship grew, she insisted upon meeting him and came over to Delhi last November. “After meeting me, she began pressing for marriage with me despite being at least five to six years older to me,” Kushwaha, 25, told the court.
He said that as he refused to marry her, she began sending him threatening mails and SMSs, saying she would commit suicide if he did not marry her.
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