Indian Cricketer Shikhar Dhawan filed a case in Delhi’s Patiala House Court against his wife, Aesha Mukherjee, after entering several pitfalls regarding his image and cricketing career. According to reports, Aesha indeed passed on many scandalous dispatches to the IPL ballot Delhi centrals CEO, Dheeraj Malhotra, intending to blemish Dhawan’s character. Taking note of the same, the House Court has restrained Aesha from leveling scandalous allegations against the Indian cricketer. Dhawan and Aesha have a son Zoravar from their once marriage, and he’s presently in his mama’s guardianship in Australia. “Character of a person is dear to everyone and is considered as a property of the loftiest degree because materialistic property can be recaptured after a loss but character cannot be recaptured formerly damaged.
So, it has got to be defended. still, it’s inversely true that if anyone has a legal grievance against someone, he or she cannot be restrained from venting out his or her grievance to the concerned authority,”
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The judge said in the order passed on February 1. Therefore, the judge stated that if Aesha has any “real” grievance against Dhawan, she cannot be restrained from making any grievance to the concerned authority, but she can be restrained from participating in her grievance against him with relatives, cousins, peers of parties as well as from making it public, indeed, before approaching applicable authority.
“So, in these circumstances, she’s hereby restrained till farther order from circulating any of her grievances against Dhawan or her interpretation of the disagreement involved herein or the contended disgraceful and false material against him, to social media, to print media or to any other’ forum or relatives, cousins or associates of the parties.” the judge added.
In September 2021, Dhawan and Aesha got separated after 8 years of their marriage.