शादीशुदा महिला अब किसी भी गैर मर्द से बना सकती हैं संबंध नहीं माना जाएगा...

Now married women can make their relationship with a non-male. The Supreme Court has excluded it from the category of crime. The Supreme Court termed section 497 of the IPC related to the adult as unconstitutional and termed it arbitrary, unilateral and against women. The Supreme Court said that it has its own right over the body of a woman. It can not be compromised. This is his right. No conditions can be imposed on it. The Supreme Court said that purity is not just for women and it is equally applicable to husbands too.The provision that affects the rights of a person and the equality of women, is not right for the constitution

Section 497 of the IPC i.e. Adultary law was mainly for women. This law was 158 years old, under which there was a provision of punishment for women. When a married woman makes a relation with any person other than her husband, then the person can register a case against the woman under section 497 i.e. Adultary law. In such a case, if a woman had created a relationship with another person, then she could have been punished for up to five years if she proved to be invalid.

The biggest discrepancy of this section was that if a married man makes a connection with any other woman then the case could not be registered against him. Not only this, the man's wife also could not file a complaint against that woman or her husband. Under this section, women's crime has been kept in the category of fornication. In addition to the CJI Deepak Mishra in the Constitution Bench, Justice R. Nariman, Justice AM. Khanvilkar, Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice Indu Malhotra were involved. However, the bench clarified that the form of adult divorce could become the basis.