A property is often registered in the name of a woman since they enjoy rebate on stamp duty even if the latter is not making any contribution in the purchase. In Delhi, for instance, a woman property holder has to pay only four per cent of the property value as stamp duty while a man has to pay six per cent of the same. This short-term saving often results into long-drawn legal battles when a couple decides to part ways.
To make sure the exceeding painful process is done and dusted quickly, the parties seeking divorce should sit together and decide how they wish to divide the property. If this is left for the court to decide, you are in there for a long haul. An ugly-lengthy divorce would have great financial implications on each party, apart from its mental, emotional and physical toll.
In case the property is registered in the wife’s name only, she can claim the entire property in settlement. If the husband is able to prove his contribution, the court might order a division based on the facts.
However all the above extracts from the link you provided points out to the immovable property alone, thus as far as the movable assets that you bought on her name can be established before court on the basis of documentary evidences and claim that she has sufficient means to sustain her expenses besides the current case has been filed by her with an intention to extort money from you or to continuously torture you with false allegations.
You can discuss with your advocate on all the issues and challenge her false allegations properly.