Ahmedabad: Alarming increase in marital disputes after Corona, more than 75 cases per day in Gujarat. Loktej Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: Alarming increase in marital disputes after Corona, more than 75 cases per day in Gujarat.  Loktej Ahmedabad News

In the last year 2023, 27194 cases of marital disputes were registered in the family court in Gujarat. In the last two years alone, cases of quarrels in married life have increased by 50 percent. 18508 cases were filed in 39 family courts of Gujarat in 2021. Thus, the number of cases recorded daily was 51. 24910 cases were registered in the Family Court in 2022, 27194 cases in 2023. Thus, by 2023, 75 cases are filed daily in the Family Court. 22124 cases were disposed of in the Family Court in 2021, 26557 cases in 2022 and 30084 cases in 2023.

At present 31954 cases are pending in the family courts of the state. Uttar Pradesh is at the top with 2.87 lakh cases in 2023, Kerala is at second place with 84910 cases and Punjab is at third place with 68711 cases. 657 cases were registered in the family courts of West Bengal in 2023. Thus, the number of cases filed in family courts in West Bengal is less as compared to other major states. In 812 family courts across the country, 4.97 lakh cases were reported in 2021, 7.27 lakh in 2022, 8.25 lakh in 2023. By 2023, 11.43 lakh cases are pending in the family courts of the country.

Especially after the Corona period, many cases of tension in relationships have increased. About a year ago, the High Court had also expressed concern over the increasing incidence of divorce and advised lawyers that if you save one marriage, it is equivalent to winning 100 cases. The trend of cases coming in the family court is worrying. There was a time when 70 percent of the cases were of husband abuse. Now cases of wife harassment have also increased.

According to experts, the rate of divorce and assault has increased after Corona. Cases of family discord have increased after Corona. Nowadays the priorities of women and men have changed. Spending too much time on mobile and social media is a cause of stress. Cases of discord between mother-in-law and daughter-in-law have increased. More than 10,000 divorce cases are believed to be pending in the family court in Ahmedabad.

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