Hearing the petition of a woman from Rajasthan, the High Court granted parole to the husband. In fact, the woman argued that she wanted to be a mother and that her husband was in jail. In view of the woman’s right to become a mother in such a situation, the High Court granted parole to her husband.
In fact, a man from Rabari ki Dhani in Bhilwara district is serving a life sentence in Ajmer jail since February 2019. This man named Nandlal was married shortly before his sentence. Meanwhile, the wife had requested the collector to grant parole to Nandlal for some time, but the collector did not listen to her. After this the woman filed an application in the High Court.
The woman told the Jodhpur High Court that her husband strictly followed all the rules of the jail. He is also not a professional offender, so considering his conduct and my rights, he should be given 15 days parole.
A division bench of Justice Sandeep Mehta and Justice Farzand Ali observed in the case that though there is no clear rule regarding parole for the birth of a child, the birth of a child is necessary for the safety of the child. The court cited the Rigveda and Vaidil period to say that the 15-day parole is granted to “protect the sexual and emotional needs of the wife in relation to married life”, while referring to the birth of a child as a fundamental right. Is. The court also said that conception on religious grounds is one of the 16 sacraments of Hindu culture, so it can be allowed on this ground also.