If husband files rcr and wife is seeking mutual divorce


Suppose, if a husband files RCR  (section 22, SMA) against her wife. His wife has received the summon to appear before the court on due date. Husband  wants his wife back but his wife want a mutual divorce.Here the wife found her husband is a mental patient, it was an arranged marriage.  What are the options left for the wife, to fight back and send a reply, the wife don't want to file 498a or DV, instead want a peaceful mutual divorce with minimum amount of alimony. The wife has also suggested for mutual divorce under the ground of mental instability of a spouse, but her husband and her in-laws wants her back.

 
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Then, sorry to say that you don't even know the meaning of the word Mutual.
 
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Actually here, wife asked for mutual divorce and came back to her parental house.  After few days, she received a summon of RCR from her husband. What to do in this case? Is there any way out other than the contesting divorce, she has no intentions to roam around the courts. 

 
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Contest Divorce is the only option before the wife. But there must, to my disgust, be a ground for it. The Court can, nevertheless, not compel the wife to live with him. Divorce, if you ask me, must, without asking any ground, be granted before you could say divorce.
 
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How can wife submit for mutual divorce, if her husband was not in agreement with her? Or how can husband file RCR when wife has applied for mutual divorce, when husband wanted RCR? Anyway, whatever may be the truth but it wasn't mutual divorce at all. Both have to withdraw their respective application or case. And then file an application for mutual consented divorce, the cooling down period for which is minimum 6 months after the application in the court.
 
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It appears as in most cases the person putting the question tends to hide all important facts which are against him/her

And Just by putting some facts which best suit them, frame a question and put it here for solution
 
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