Prince Tuli's petition is likely to come up for on Monday. On August 31, a session’s court had rejected Prince Tuli's plea for anticipatory bail. The same court had earlier granted him protection from arrest. Being aggrieved, Yukta had moved the High Court challenging session’s court order granting Tuli interim protection.
The High Court asked Yukta to approach the session’s court which was to hear Tuli's pre-arrest bail. In a complaint to the police in July this year, Yukta had accused her husband of subjecting her to domestic violence and forcing her to have unnatural sex. She also accused her in-laws of being cruel to her and harassing her.
Fearing arrest, Tuli and his family sought anticipatory bail. While a session granted pre-arrest bail to Yukta's in-laws, a similar plea of her husband was rejected. The trial court had earlier observed that domestic violence was not made out in cases that were filed against Tuli and family. However, the HC, while hearing Yukta's plea, had observed earlier that the sessions court had not taken into consideration that the offence under section 498 A (cruelty) IPC was a 'continuing offence'.


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