What High Court Noted:
- The Madhya Pradesh High Court recently quashed a ‘rape case’ against a man on the ground that the consent for sex was granted by the prosecutrix even after knowing very well that the accused would not marry her
- The court took note of the statement of the female prosecutor recorded under Section 164 of Cr.P.C, and observed that the same clearly indicates that after the refusal of the applicant to marry her, the prosecutrix choose to continue the relationship with the applicant
- It is not a case that the consent for sex was granted by the prosecutrix due to false promise of marriage given by the applicant, but was granted because the prosecutrix was also in love with the applicant and wanted to remain in his company
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