This is a 498A FIR quash petition that Justice Dhingra denied. This is yet another example that shows the clarity of thought and reasoning employed by this honorable judge, perpetually under attack by those beholden to the radical Indian feminist agenda.
An excerpt from the judgment that explains Section 188:
“It is apparent that as per the complaint, cruelties were perpetuated by the husband and in laws while they were living outside India. It is not disputed that the petitioner is an Indian citizen who married to the respondent/complainant as per the Muslims rites and laws prevalent in India, alluring her on a dream of bright future and making misrepresentations about his being a bachelor, although he was a married man. As per the provisions of Section 188 Cr.P.C, when an offence is committed by a citizen of India outside India, he/she may be dealt with in respect of such an offence as if it had been committed at any place within India at which he may be found. The complainant has every right to lodge an FIR against the petitioner who committed of fences against her outside India, at Delhi where she lives and considers that the petitioner can be found.”
Here is the pdf: Justice Dhingra Denies A 498A FIR Quash Petition