The complaint is against Mohammad Iqbal, also from Chakkuvally, who had got married to the woman in 2018.
The bench was hearing an appeal filed against a Kerala High Court order, which had declined to grant anticipatory bail to the woman.
She was allegedly given triple talaq by husband Md Moin Ansari when she started a protest against the improper treatment meted out to her in the house of in-laws.
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He last visited in February, 2020, then went to meet his mother Mrs Maryam, stayed with her until the lockdown ended and later proceeded to Boston, USA.
The woman, Safia Bano, in her complaint to police alleged that her in-laws beat her for more dowry after she got married to Mohammad Muslim last year.
The woman, aged 31, had earlier gone to Dubai for a job and recently to Ahmednagar.
During the hearing, the man's wife submitted that her husband had no intention to live with her and provide due maintenance for leading a meaningful life.
The move comes just ten days after Bano, who was the first Muslim woman to question the constitutionality of the practice of triple talaq in the Supreme Court, joined the BJP.
Bano, a resident of Kashipur in Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand, was welcomed into the BJP by its state president Bansidhar Bhagat on Saturday in the presence of senior party leaders.
According to the complainant, her 30-year-old husband was planning to get married for the second time to marry a woman from Harda.
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Khalid Shaikh has been charged under the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act after a case was filed at Shanti Nagar police station late Saturday night by his wife.
The incident came to light when a team from the state child care helpline visited her for counselling at a village under the district's Budhana police station on August 6.
The police said the accused wanted to marry a woman but as his wife did not give the consent for it, she was subjected to torture.