My daughter-in-law deserted her husband (my son) in the year 2010 and filed false 498A case in Madras High Court against my son, me and my wife. During the mediation, she admitted that she filed false 498A under the ill-advice of her parents and admitted that my son and his parents did not ask for any Dowry, that they looked after her very well and that she wanted to continue to live with her husband and also gave a written Affidavit admitting all these facts to the High Court. The Hon'ble High Court subsequently quashed the said 498A case filed by her.
In the year 2011 a girl child was born to them and when the child was 18 months old, she again deserted her husband and went to her parents with the child. She filed false DV case as in the past and also filed divorce petition. Both cases are going on in different courts. On her petition for IM in the court where divorce petition is going on, the court awarded to pay IM of Rs 10,000 each to her and to the child, totaling Rs. 20,000/- per month.
- She has filed false 498A previously, gave affidavit in Madras HC that she filed 498A because of her parents’ insistence and threat and her 498A was quashed.
- She deserted her husband on her own will and accord without any valid reasons.
- She is well qualified but not seeking any employment since her parents are wealthy.
Hence, she is not eligible for IM, but child can be paid. So, my son filed an appeal in HC, but HC also did not revoke and confirmed the order passed by the lower court. Hence, my son made SLP in Supreme Court mentioning all these points, but SC dismissed SLP without dealing in admission stage itself stating that the petition has no merits.
I wonder what other merits SC needs beyond the above merits.
Under these circumstances, can my son file a review petition in SC highlighting the above merits? Will SC admit the review petition?