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Shekhar Bhardwaj   16 October 2018

charge of being impotent

my wife has filled a case against me of being impotent. however i faced all the medical test n declared a potent and physically fit man, but diabetes have diagnosed in my blood test. will it be a valid reason for court to declare me a physically unfit man ??


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Adv Deepak Joshi +917017821512 (Advocate)     16 October 2018

no, you will not be treated as unfit.
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R.K Nanda (Advocate)     16 October 2018

Court can't treat you unfit if having diabetes.

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     17 October 2018

The allegation of impotency shall fall flat if you are found/declared clinically "potent", however, diabities is a different issue and can not be corelated to potency. 

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     17 October 2018

Though Diabetes may be one of the reasons for further impotence if the disease is neglected in the future, the present condition is important.  If a qualified doctor issues a certificate it is final and can not be disputed unless the wife challenges such certificate as malafide in future and prays the court to refer the matter to Govt Hospital expert.  This is a delicate and sensitive matter.  Impotence is a wide term.

Majeed KM (Lawyer)     17 October 2018

Dear Shekhar, No court will not disqualify you. Medical certificates are supporting you. 

Wish you all the best.

MAJEED KM

Legal Consultant

Ab u DHabi


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