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Aya El Deeb, Staff Reporter
The Abu Dhabi Appellate Court rejected a lawsuit by a man against his ex-wife, demanding that she had to pay him a compensation of Dhs100,000 for falsely reporting that he had assaulted her and endangered her life.
The man added that her report delayed his promotion, prevented him from travelling on work missions and obligated him to be absent from work during police and prosecutor interrogations.
He also indicated that the report damaged his reputation among his colleagues and family, however, the Court said the woman used her right to complain.
The Court of First Instance obligated the woman to pay her ex-husband Dhs 30,000 and expenses.
The man and his ex wife appealed the ruling.
The man demanded in his appeal an increase in the amount of compensation, while his divorcee indicated that she had been divorced due to the harm and that her ex-husband filed the lawsuit only to blackmail her in regard to the deferred dower and other rights.
While married, the defendant and his divorcee agreed to deposit each a monthly amount in the said account to secure the future of their daughter.
After the defendant discovered that his wife was in a relationship with someone, he tortured her by burning parts of her body with a fork connected to an electric charger cable, mutilating her internal organs.
Man and his father were acquitted in a case filed by his wife’s brothers demanding that they pay them Dhs100,000 in compensation after their sister’s husband filed a lawsuit claiming that they entered his house without permission.
The Centre also confirmed that it is following the situation around the clock and would continue brief the public on the latest developments, calling on the public, road users and motorists to exercise precautions when driving during rain, and to avoid nearing surface runoffs and pools of rainwater. It also appealed to members of the society to follow the bulletins and reports issued by the NCM and not to circulate rumors.
The multi-millionaire ex-Chancellor and his wife Akshata Murty were last year granted planning permission to build a swimming pool, gym and an adjoining tennis court on farmland at the manor house.
Asad Kaleem, an executive producer at ARY, said that the action means that 4,000 employees at the TV are now without work. He pleaded with the government to reverse its decision and bring the hugely popular ARY back on air.