Will you marry her? Supreme court to man accused of raping woman when she was 16:

2nd Mar,2021

Will you marry her? Supreme court to man accused of raping woman when she was 16:

"Are you willing to wed her," was the inquiry presented to a community worker, who is blamed for consistently assaulting a minor young lady yet when the Supreme Court — on Monday — was informed that he is as of now wedded he was approached to look for normal bail from the court concerned.

A seat headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde was hearing a request documented by the charged who is filling in as a specialist in Maharashtra State Electricity Production Company Ltd and has moved the pinnacle court against the Bombay High Court February 5 request which had dropped the expectant bail conceded to him for the situation.

At the point when the meeting initiated, the seat likewise containing Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, asked the charged "Are you able to wed her.""If you will wed her then we can think about it, else you will go to prison," noticed the seat adding "We are not constraining you to marry."After taking directions on the inquiry presented by the seat, the advice showing up for the candidate, said the blamed was at first able to wed the young lady however she had cannot and now he was hitched to another person.

As the advice said that the blamed is a community worker, the seat said, "You ought to have thought this prior to enticing and assaulting the young lady. You realised that you are an administration servant."The counsel said that charges for the situation are yet to be outlined.

"You apply for standard bail. We will remain capture," the seat said.
The pinnacle court conceded the denounced assurance from capture for about a month.
The top court was hearing a supplication recorded by the denounced against the Bombay High Court's February 5 request dropping the expectant bail conceded to him by the preliminary court in January last year.He has likewise been blamed for offences culpable under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

In his supplication recorded in the top court, he has alluded to the Maharashtra Civil Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules 1979 and said it called attention to that if an administration worker is confined in police guardianship under criminal accusations for a time of 48 hours, at that point he will be considered to have been put in under suspension by a request of delegating authority.