The Delhi High Court on Wednesday, January 31, rejected a plea by a man who claimed to be suffering from azoospermia (a form of male infertility) and had sought blood samples from his wife and minor child to test the child's paternity. The man wanted his wife and child's blood samples in order to support his allegations of adultery by his wife. However, the division bench of Justices Rajiv Shakdher and Amit Bansal rejected his pea after observing that the child was born while the couple were living together as husband and wife. Delhi High Court Quashes Case Against POCSO Accused After Noting He Married the Victim, Says 'Mistake' Committed Due to 'Immature Acts and Uncontrolled Emotions'.

HC on Adultery

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