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IPC Section 498-A: Misuse

Dedicated to the Victimised Indian Families, Who are falsely threatened & Blackmailed by the Indian Daughters-In-Law & her family members, and those Victimised families who are already falsely charged under the Section 498A. Its all about False charges of Dowry Law, Domestic Violence, Alimony, Marriage and Divorce. NOTE: All articles are my personal copyright. They may be republished if the source is acknowledged and a link provided to this site. This is not an Anti-Women Blog. Read Disclaimer.

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Women go to the police with a complaint (may be false), but the system provides to record that as a criminal complaint and that data adds in to the National Statistics of Crime Against Women. When male goes with a genuine complaint the police at max can record a Non Cognizable offence against the women. That will never reflect in the statistics. Then how will one guage crime against men? Every 100 Suicides in India have 63 Males and 37 Females. Every 100 male suicides have 45 married males, and every 100 women suicides have 25 married Women. Married women suicides have default arrests of the inlaws under presumed dowry death. Married men suicides entitle wife for a 50% share in property. What kind of equality is this? I thank you for visiting my blog, Please visit again. And I welcome you to participate on my Blog. [indianhusbands (at-the-rate) yahoo (dot) com]. Click here for Main Page

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Nazar Lagi Raja Tore Bangle Parr - Wife's Equal Share in Hubby's Assets.

Maharashtra, Arguably the Feminist Capital of the country in Implementing Laws, soon may be Bombarded with one extremely biased anti-husband Law. An overboard Feminist View is about to set in. Once Again talks of Wife's Rights, NOT Responsibilities. Apparently looks legally Dictatorial and would leave Wife fully Empowered like the British and leaving the Indian Husband "Helpless" like a wounded Kashmiri Pundit Out of his own land or more like a P O K - Patni Occupied Kholi. 

There are so many loop holes in this Idea of Empowering Wife.
First there is no clarity of period of marriage. 
- Can a wife claim property the next day of marriage? 
- Can a wife of one year while divorcing, with no kids and limited joint stay claim half of assets of husband?
- What about a Daughter who has been dumped by her brothers and father, will she have to get married, dupe a man and only then she would get property or will she be able to claim her fathers property equally strongly?
- What about a lady who will marry 2-3 times not find things compatible and every time divorce her hubby with 50% of her assets? (there are cases of short lived multiple marriages of women)
- There are marriage where union of husband and wife has been as short as 1 year and few months and separation of 5-6 years and more. In such cases how can one claim that marriage has been long and wife should get her due share. 
Its all so bizzare as of now. Only one thing is clear, the father can "dump the daughter" by getting her married, by lying to the groom. And later if the girl has to get divorced, the father is not Concerned. But husband has to bear the brutal consequences in form of a Lagaan. That is share in his property and assets "one way". Like telling Nazar Laagi Raja Tore Bangale Par.

I will wait till I get the Humiliating Draft of the bill but 2 headlines in TOI has spolied my Diwali once again like every year. One headline bombed on Tuesday and the other on Thursday. Here are the news details. They discreetly introduce such bills or call for meeting to discuss on strategic days so that most men are busy elsewhere. (This meeting is on 25th Nov, Tuesday on Dhanteras.)

The Link for the TOI news Item. (details pasted below)

MUMBAI: Women, who often find themselves on shaky ground as they have no property in their name even after decades of marriage, may have a reason to smile. Prominent women activists, including advocate Flavia Agnes, are all praise for the State Commission for Women's initiative in proposing a bill to make a woman a co-owner in the property of her husband.
Activists from women's organizations like Majlis said the fact that the commission came out with a concept note and called for a collaborative meeting with voluntary organisations and advocates on October 25 to discuss and fine-tune the proposed bill, gives hope to millions of hapless women who are left at the husband's mercy, activists say. "Majlis welcomes the move of the Maharashtra state to bring in a legislation permitting a share to women in the property of the husband," Agnes said, adding, "This is a timely and welcome move.
Majlis had been campaigning for this issue since 1995 and had even helped the Maharashtra State Women's Commission draft a bill on a wife's property rights around 10 years ago. But nothing much moved further, said Agnes. "At that time, it was envisaged that the Domestic Violence Bill would address the problem of women's matrimonial residence," she said.
Agnes and other lawyers focusing on women's legal issues said that the Domestic Violence Act did not solve all the issues for women. The problem again surfaced when the government was proposing introduction of a bill on irretrievable breakdown of marriage, said Agnes, pointing out the need for a comprehensive law on women's right over matrimonial property.
Veena Gowda, women's rights advocate said, "It is high time that there is a discussion on the property rights of a woman within a marriage. The problem really occurs when a long marriage fails and the woman finds herself vulnerable as she is left with no ownership rights over the matrimonial property." Activists say if the purpose is to save a marriage then at its inception itself, wives' security must be addressed. "Property rights must be brought in on grounds of equity and not merely on equality, as the idea is to secure a woman's rights and sense of belonging to the new family that she is starting," added Gowda.
Former State Women's Commission chairperson Nirmala Sawant-Prabhawalkar favoured the move, especially to ensure that women feel financially independent. "It is a progressive step, one that must be followed up as it would bring relief to millions of women."
The commission's concept note wants a woman's name to be included in her husband's inherited property too but at the same time offers independence to the husband to retain what he gets as gifts. It also proposes that a husband should be able to approach court for orders if the wife, whose consent will be required for sale or transfer of property, fails to give any bona fide reason for her refusal.
The key question expected to be discussed at the meet, is what happens when there is a divorce. Often women lack any right to shelter when they need it the most, said Prabhawalkar. Some of these issues need to be worked on, said a member of the women's commission.
Agnes said the state's move is important for another reason too. She said activists had submitted before the Joint Select Committee of Parliament that without a legislation on the division of matrimonial property, the bill on irretrievable breakdown of marriage would cause serious harm to women as men would be able to obtain a divorce and deprive women of their right to shelter and security which marriage provides.
Agreeing that difficult yet crucial issues will be raised, women rights activists are happy that "at least the debate has started".
Will only the husband's property be divided or will the wife's property be divided too?
Will the dowry that a woman brings into the marriage be deemed to be her separate property or joint property of the spouses? Experts said it may be necessary to separate the property which a woman brings into the marriage
The issue of working women will need to be discussed too, added advocate Rina Pujara
"In the Indian setting we have to deal with two main issues. In most cases, the matrimonial house is owned by the father-in-law or brother-in-law, or the business is jointly owned by elder members of the husband's family and his own share in it is negligible. In that case what will be the woman's share?"
Flavia Agnes | advocate

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Domestic Violence on MEN

Domestic Violence.

Few days back an eye opening call from Mr Neeraj Gupta of Delhi inspired me to write this. He was quite concerned for the violence in TATA Ad. I watched the Ad and later saw series of other ads. I discovered actually punching bag is a MALE. The stats of male as perpetrator are all superficial, thanks to RTI.

It can be concluded well that world Survives by Torturing MEN even outside the courts. Even Corporate world, sell their Products by Showing Violence on MEN by WOMEN. When a man hits a woman it breeds sympathy for her. When a women hits a man, she breeds mockery and hatred for him, no matter what- no justifications are required for her to hit him. She is just supported.

The promos of "Mere Brother Ki Dulhan" are revolving around Katrina hitting Imran as the USP and Entertaining by public. Oh gosh!!! What a mentality!!!! 

October is known for launch of  Domestic Violence Act in 2005 to protect women. Since then the corporates and media has been soft on women and step motherly on man. They are pretending sleep over "torture on MEN" and rather adding entertainment angle to promote their product and belief that Men could be HIT like a commodity. Its all a mockery of men. 

Here’s a look on Domestic Violence on MEN as USP (Unique Selling Proposition for Dumb Creative Heads) Is Entertainment all about SLAP SLAP SLAPPING Male everytime?

A few Illustrations...
TATA’s 25 Kmpl. ad uses the prop of a woman hitting a Man 25 times to explain 25 kms. per litre mileage of their new model. How cheap! Not just the car, but the Promotional Idea too.

Shame on Your Creative team, TATA's.

Kurkure OMG
This one is just too much!!!! Juhi Chawla, the miss India contestant who must have said that she would work for WORLD PEACE in her Q n A session is hitting a man umpteen times in this ad to sell a feature of HOT SPICY NAMKEEN. Very ignominious and pathetic sense of imagination.

Ya they can claim “No Male was tortured in this Ad as we have used Cartoons” but they promoted the idea of Domestic Violence on MEN by Women beyond dispute. Pathetic.

Is creativity all about Hitting Men, presenting it in a funny way and Making Money from this Violent Idea? Sad! 

Here is the worst of all. 
Not all MEN have read Bible, Not all men are Mahatma Gandhies. A man retaliating to an unexpected tight slap, is mercilessly bashed up by blind P***y worshipers. As if the victim male was expected to receive the slap and do nothing. Nothing is being done about it. Such channels, Programs and Anchors should be given mental rehabilitation and community lessons as punishment. 

Note: The Above Video apart from being very disturbing, also has extremely embarrassing and filthy language, where the male victim's Mothers and Sisters are cursed.

I, a citizen of India, human first; then a gender, protest this kind of outlook towards men. I want ministry for Men in INDIA soon. 

It is such a SHAME. Can't take this lying quietly. 

I am a Man! Hey! So what! Don't Slap me.........

Hey Guys, be A MAN and PROTEST the Wrong Doings. Be Proud being a MAN.