Why only Men is made responsible for Domestic Violence in India ?


I was amused as well as shocked on knowing that only Man is made responsible for Domestic Violence in India (as per DV Act,2005) by the legislatures of India but this has also forced me to do brain storming on this question (Why ?)and after analyzing the Men’s attitude and beliefs in society, I came to conclusion that it is because Most men in India

  • Are still living in the illusion that India is a male dominating society.

  • Think it below their dignity to voice for their rights.

  • Are taught to pamper woman right from birth.

  • Treats it status symbol  to talk in favor of women (without any knowledge of reality)

  • Follows the feministic fashion prevailing in society(  as they don’t want to be odd man out).

  • Don’t have courage to swim against the flow(media, feminism and pseudo empowerment etc.)

  • Do have “Chalta Hai” attitude.

  • Don’t have “M “ factor.

  • Are sex starved(being marriage age 21 and adultery, an unethical in society)

  • Are afraid of their spouse and prefers to be slave to them as suggested by Hon’ble Supreme Court.

  • Are not concerned about this issue as being busy in bread earning, maintaining and protecting their families.

Last but not least, corruption in system, decline in social character, fall in ethics & values alongwith  adulteration in food articles, pollution in environment, global warming and green house effect etc. etc. etc.

 There is still time , I urge  MEN TO AWAKE NOW and FIGHT FOR THEIR RIGHTS as this  species(real man) is already on the verge of extinction in India.

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    monika sharma Says:

    can you please tell me HOW THE HELL DO YOU PROPOSE THIS? I have yelled umpteen times on Saveindianfamily.yahoo.group that we have to go out in open and speak against the shit laws.. but ppl dont dare to come out in open.. they just want to write on the blog.. we have to ripple the govt but you ppl dont listen to me.. me, my husband, my bro-in-law, my inlaws, my childrens have suffered due to an ass bhabhi.. so i know ..she is planning to file more cases such as DV & maintenance..

    • You are absolutely right and I know that the anger that you have against the genderbiased laws is true. In SIFF or other such forums which are quite new in their evolution everyone is expected to do their bit becuase with such volunteer NGO It can never be possible to have 100% people doing or participating in activities you belives/suggests. But it is the only ray of hope and yes, the key to change these laws rests in awareness and awareness through what you just suggested,through blogs, websites, media or any such methods. These little efforts are stated giving its results, every now and then you can see some channel talking about the misuse of these laws,even judiciary & also government to some extent. Here you see, these laws has taken almost 40-50 years of feminist propaganda and hue & cry to be enacted and it will definately take some time to eradicate or abolish them. Further, I know the pain & urge to do something about this that bothers you and will suggest that please spread the message clear & loud as much as you can.

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    prassoon Says:

    Men have to come forward and speak up. Most Men without having any sort of legal knowledge feel themselves guilty and women take advantage of their ignorance. These laws are easy to get registered but for getting convicted women has to prove it beyond reasonable doubt. So far what we can see is whenever men hear about cases they get scared and allow themselves to get extorted. Men should set aside their weakness towards the so called ‘weaker’ sex and realize the facts.


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