HC: Transfer petition of wife dismissed, ground (Mysore, bangalore 170 KM is well connected)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BANGALORE
DATED THIS THE 3RD DAY OF JUNE 2014
THE HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE RAM MOHAN REDDY
CIVIL PETITION No.126/2014
AGED ABOUT 34 YEARS,
W/O SRI K.SHIVANNA,
R/AT NO.23, GROUND FLOOR, 3RD MAIN, MEENAKSHINAGAR, SHARADHA COLONY,
BEHIND KRISHNA KALYAN MANTAP, BASAVESHWARANAGAR,
BANGALORE – 79.
(BY SRI N.VAGEESH, ADV.)
AGED ABOUT 45 YEARS,
S/O LATE SRI KRISHNAPPA, R/AT MIG 80, BOGADI 2ND STAGE, HUDCO, SHARADADEVI NAGAR, MYSORE – 570 026.
THIS CIVIL PETITION FILED UNDER SECTION 24 OF CPC PRAYING TO TRANSFER THE PETITION FILED BY THE RESPONDENT IN M.C.NO.593/2013, WHICH IS PENDING ON THE FILE OF ADDITIONAL FAMILY COURT, MYSORE, TO THE PRINCIPAL FAMILY COURT, BANGALORE.
THIS CIVIL PETITION COMING ON FOR ADMISSION THIS DAY, THE COURT MADE THE FOLLOWING: 2
This petition for transfer of M.C.No.593/2013 on
the file of the Additional Family Court, Mysore, to the
Principal Family Court, Bangalore instituted by the
respondent/husband for divorce is without merit, since
the distance from Bangalore to Mysore by road is about
170 kms and well connected by public transport facility
both by train and by road. In fact, KSRTC runs buses
every ten minutes from Bangalore to Mysore. In that
view of the matter, petition stands rejected.