I think from your various posts you are not getting it right !
So let us try to make sense to you one more time. So, here it cometh, choose the best Barbie from below illustration(s) accordingly and that fits into the realms of best answer to all your confusions which you have projected through various angles whose exact matching (read best constution bench precedent) answer is at the bottom of this post!
Illustration (read it as a marriage law proceedings fiction) :
”The Divorced Barbie Doll”
One day a father on his way home he suddenly remembers that it's his daughter's birthday. He pulls over to a Toy Shop and asks the sales person, 'How much for one of those Barbie's in the display window?' The salesperson answers, 'Which one do you mean, Sir? We have: Work Out Barbie for 800/-, Shopping Barbie for 800/-, Beach Barbie for 800/-, Disco Barbie for 800/-, Ballerina Barbie for 800/-, Astronaut Barbie for 800/-, Skater Barbie for 800/-, and Divorced Barbie for 1,20,000/-'.
The amazed father asks: 'It's what?! Why is the Divorced Barbie 1,20,000/- and the others only at 800/-?'
The annoyed salesperson rolls her eyes, sighs, and answers: 'Sir..., Divorced Barbie comes with: Falaney Ram’s Car, Falaney Ram’s House, Falaney Ram’s ATM Card, Falaney Ram’s Credit Card, Falaney Ram’s Airlines Miles, one of Falaney Ram’s Friends, and a key chain made with one of Falaney Ram’s kidney’s.
So unless there is tried and tested sale (read it as probabilities of assumptions) going on in marriage market rounds (read it as discussions) no one will devise a strategy (derivative possibilities) which to be questioned without putting it into actual window shopping practice J
So try it (means possibilities RCR filing wisdom vis-a-vis while S. 498a IPC pending) once !