Man accused of engaging in physical contact on the guise of marriage is denied anticipatory bail by the Delhi High Court.

Delhi High Court dismissed a complaint seeking anticipatory bail (Pre-arrest Bail) for entering into physical contact with the prosecutors lawyer under the false pretense of marriage . The complainant gained pregnant in 2022 but the accused gave her a pill, leading to a miscarriage, and when confronted about it, the accused began sending pictures of his wrist cut and hanging with a fan and began blackmailing her .

New Delhi, India, November 25, : The Delhi High Court dismissed a complaint seeking anticipatory bail (Pre-arrest Bail) for entering into physical contact with the prosecutor's lawyer under the false pretense of marriage, finding that the accused didn't have the intention to marry her and instead dismissed the complaint, citing facts, which allowed the prosecutor to marry her despite being a witness.Since the probe is still ongoing, there is no reason to grant anticipatory bail.The perpetrator has provided photos, which show that she was intimidated by the accused by posting wrist cut photos and hanging with a fan while blackmailing her to continue sexual relations.According to Sahni, the chatting between the complainant and the accused shows that the accused promised the complainant to marry her.The complainant argued with police that she had a good relationship with the accused, who fought back, and that when the complainant declined, the accused promised to marry her.

Later that day, the complainant refused to establish a physical contact and was assaulted and threatened her, but the accused fought and threatened her.On October 7, a lawsuit and FIR under sections 376, 313, and 506 of the Indian Penal Code were filed.The Trial Court rejected the accused's anticipatory bail, and he went to Delhi High Court.

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