As consumer of Court you have overriding rights to press for civil revision before State’s HC under Art. 227 r/w S. 21 B HMA citing 'persuasive grounds' and pray for giving express directions to trial court to dispose case in flat 2 months. HC will now oblige you under S. 21b (2) HMA and pass appropriate directions to the effect of 3 months (or maximum 6 months) and your work is half done thus approaching your State’s HC! Filing it in same trail Court never helps. [One trail court case Order does not become re. for other State’s trial court however other State’s HC decisions may carry some consideration (weighting) in your State’s HC case and boils down to your Advocates persuasive submissions]
Pan India there are many vigilant husbands who have used this benevolent Section of The Act before their State's HC, only thing one need to know is how to use various Sections of Family Law and it is not a handy work of few wise men alone but boils down to a particular vigilant (read to be as needy) litigant.
It is all doable under Family law with results in your favor.
re.: Illustrations look for below handy work of five (5) vigilant husbands and draw parallel to your work till date before cribbing next time before us……..
- Uttaranchal HC (Nainital Bench) in Khushi Ram Kandwal Vs. Smt. Jaya Kandwal (M/S) No. 1936 of 2011 decided on 15th. September, 2011
- Rajasthan HC (Jaipur Bench) in Girdhari Lal Vs. Smt Anita Alias Kamli And Anr. in S.B. Civil Writ Petition no. 11577/2011 decided on 5th. September, 2011
- P&H HC decision in Darshan Lal Bajalia Vs. Suman CR No.3259/2011 decided on 17th. May, 2011
- Calcutta HC in Mallar Mukherjee Vs. Ruby Mukherjee 2004 (2) CHN 26 decided on 20th. November, 2003
- DHC in Vinay Kumar Vs. Nirmala Chauhan AIR 1987 Delhi 79 decided on 7th. April, 1986