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Rape victim is Manglik or not… Supreme Court bans High Court’s order to check horoscope

New Delhi: A very strange case related to UP’s Allahabad High Court has come to the fore, where a rape accused refused to marry the victim saying that she is Manglik. On this, the court ordered the Astrology Department of Lucknow University (LU) to see the horoscope of the victim and tell whether she is Manglik or not. On Saturday, the Supreme Court stayed this order of the Allahabad High Court.The Supreme Court expressed surprise at the order of the High Court
The Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court had ordered a horoscope test. Justice Brij Raj Singh’s court gave this order on 23 May. The court had given Lucknow University 10 days time. The next hearing in this matter was to be held on June 26. But today the Supreme Court took suo moto cognizance of this and stayed the decision. During the urgent hearing, the Supreme Court has expressed surprise over this order of the High Court.

What is the whole matter?

According to the information, this matter is related to Chinhat area of ​​Lucknow. A girl here alleged that she was trapped by a man named Govind Rai alias Monu on the pretext of marriage and had sexual relations with her. According to the FIR lodged at Chinhat police station, the marriage of the accused and the woman was arranged with the consent of the family. Meanwhile the woman’s father passed away. The accused came on the spot, and had a relationship with the woman on the pretext of marriage. On reaching home, the accused refused to marry. Arguing for the bail of the accused, his counsel said that in the opinion of the priest of the accused, there is Manglik dosh in the horoscope of the girl.

High Court judge Brij Raj Singh, after hearing arguments from both sides, ordered on May 23 that the accused had made a false promise of marriage to the girl. Along with this, he instructed the HOD of the Astrology Department of Lucknow University to check the horoscope of the woman within 10 days and tell whether she is auspicious or not. The next hearing in this matter was to be held on June 26, but the Supreme Court stayed the decision today.

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