Its A Habbit Attractive Photos Upload On Social Media By Youth Says HC
Family Court on Social Media Pic: The Bombay High Court...
Family Court on Social Media Pic: The Bombay High Court observed that presenting a bright photo of themselves on social media has become a habit of youth nowadays, but its content may not always be true. At the same time, the court refused to deduct the alimony paid by a person to his adult daughter. A single bench of Justice Bharti Dangre was hearing a petition filed by Anil Mistry on June 16.
This petition, filed in the Bombay High Court, had sought amendment in the order of the family court, in which Mistry was asked to pay Rs 25,000 for the maintenance of his daughter. instruction was given. A copy of the order was made available on Tuesday. Mistry had claimed in his petition that his daughter is a model by profession.
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Because of her profession, she uses very beautiful and attractive photos on her social media. Because of this, people see her social media profile and start to understand that she is earning very well. Justice Dangre, however, held that the photographs of the daughter posted on Instagram and her ‘Instagram biography’ do not prove that she is financially independent and has substantial income.
Court said bright photo has become a habit of youth
He said, “It is a well-known fact that posting bright pictures of themselves on social media has become a habit of today’s youth. However, its content is not always true.” The High Court dismissed Mistry’s plea, refusing to amend the family court’s order. After separating from the petitioner, his wife had moved the family court seeking maintenance for herself and both of their children.
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