TSA FOUGHT FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM’S RIGHT TO LIVE IN MATRIMONIAL HOME
In this case the complainant used to reside with her husband and in-laws in a rented accommodation whose rent agreement was in the name of complainant’s mother-in-law which was their shared household. The complainant came to know that her husband and in laws were planning to throw her out of the shared household.
TSA team filed an application for securing residence for the complainant in this case and on 27.01.2021, the ad-interim residence order was passed in favour of the complainant restraining the respondents from disrupting the existing status of the residence of the complainant at the shared household.
After few days the complainant’s husband and in-laws of complainant vacated the shared household, took all the furniture and other household articles along with them and left the complainant and her child helpless alone in the household. The landlord of the said premises also threatened to throw the complainant out of the said property. The complainant did not have any source of income and her husband and in-laws left her alone in the household having rent of Rs. 50,000/- per month.