Hearing an anticipatory bail plea by Tuli, Justice Sadhana Jadhav asked the couple to appear in her chamber on September 30 with a view to exploring the scope for reconciliation.
The two were not present in court on Monday, although their lawyers were.
In a complaint to police in July, Yukta accused her husband of subjecting her to domestic violence. She also accused her in-laws of cruel treatment and harassment.
Tuli moved High Court for anticipatory bail after the sessions court on August 31 rejected his plea while granting anticipatory bails to his family members.
The trial court had initially observed that a case of domestic violence was not made out in the complaint.
But High Court noted in a previous hearing that the sessions court did not take into consideration the fact that an offence under Section 498A (cruelty) of the Indian Penal Code was "a continuing offence".


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