Posts Tagged ‘husband’

Indian Youth and Gender Biased Laws ?

June 6, 2013

The youth is a soul of any Nation. Nation’s prosperity & development is heavily dependent on the contribution of its Youth in nation building. There be no doubt about their strength, power and capability. The youth are filled with tremendous energy and towering ambitions. It needs no spark for ignition. Youth is so primitive that can be moulded in either shape one wants but surely, it is also the reason for the both exploitation and utilization of youth in the destruction and construction of any nation respectively.

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India is second most populated country in the world and having tremendous youth power at its disposal but India, for long now, failed miserably to recognize and realize the true potential & capabilities of its huge youth asset. 

The young people in India today are confused and is under great pressure from out of challenges it is facing from each & every corner of its life be it, corruption, un-employment, limited opportunities, dirty politics, poverty, Alcoholism & drugs, anger & violence etc etc. these factors are playing big role in India’s major concern of brain drain. These factors are so deep rooted and complex that to overcome them seems impossible for the country like India.

However, one another major factor where India has “Axed its own Feet” and can easily be overcome is enforcement of gender biased laws.

Generally, every person marries in his prime age (youth) and in case of any trouble in marriage with gender biased matrimonial laws in place, these laws encourage the favoured side to be an unscrupulous litigant and the young energy & potential gets diverted to engaging and coming out of this Mess flying colours.

 A young Wife with an advantage of having matrimonial laws in her undue favour and in pursuit to be perceived as empowered women puts all her energy & potential to use these laws as tools of harassment & extortion against her husband & his family members. She leaves no stone unturned to inflict every kind of cruelty on her husband and becomes revengeful with motive of teaching him a good lesson.

Whereas, on the other hand, a young husband finds  himself  in a hot soup for atleast 10-15 years just because of gender biased matrimonial laws. He is forced to spend his golden years in fighting legal & vicious battle draining all his energy & potential.

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Why this is a major factor of waste of young energy?

Because, Gender Biased Matrimonial Laws have each and every family/home in its range and these biased laws are hitting the very root of our society i.e. family. Our young minds, energy and vibrant potential are being eaten up by these laws. The Young minds of India are busy in fighting the battle of their life because of these numerous gender biased laws.

Now, in this scenario, how can India be hopeful of being progressive ?

 ” A serious thought is needed at the level of Government with enough of political will to at least scrap the biasedness in matrimonial laws so as to save & utilize the what little of huge youth power it can to make India a progressive nation.”

Equal Rights in Matrimony…….

May 28, 2013

“EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL – a mark of  CIVILIZED SOCIETY”

From many decades, there is continues hue & cry for equal rights  from women organisations(mainly for Wives)  but without going into the veracity of their claims, let us first give a thought to following facts:-

On the one hand, the responsibilities or duties of a husband in society is still remained intact what it was in age-old society  i.e. feeding, caring, protecting and raising his family and which are enforced though special matrimonial biased laws.

 While, on the other hand, wife, is legally made free from any kind of responsibilities or duties of matrimony or family and are enjoying one-sided full rights to dictate her terms or break the family or marriage without any penalty.

This becomes more clear when we analyze the present scenario of Indian society from an unbiased logical mind that:-

  • The so called women empowerment has ensured(socially as well as legally) equal rights to earn and opportunities to women.

  • There are  many women up liftment policies and programmes like, free education, award schemes for female Child, support for training & employment, Stree Shakti Programme, gender budgeting, short stay shelters, women’s right in paternal property, reservation in political sphere(panchayats, vidhan sabha, etc.)

  • The government and media always remain keen to bring to forefront any trivial cause of women so as to garner votes and viewers.

  • Government is getting enough of free funding in the name of women empowerment from foreign countries and  is spending overwhelmingly for so many years for these activities.

  • The solution to bring about equality in the wisdom of government & feminists is to frame and enforce more & more gender biased laws.

Whereas, the earning avenues for Males(from where he will be able to discharge all the legal  responsibility attributed to him) which were earlier mainly available to him, is now depleted to say 50% and is being shared 50-50 or even more by females (this all, while the population growth is ever increasing). Hence, broadly speaking,  it resulted in less than 50% earning avenues left with Males.

So in this present scenario, Why only male is still made responsible for maintaining his family ?

More so, on a level playing ground, in today’s context, a Marriage is a contract between two individuals to discharge equal responsibilities and avail equal rights to make a successful family, however, the same should also be true in case of a failed marriage(without going into the reasons Why?).

But in India, failed marriage is made sole liability of Male , Why?

  • He has to pay maintenance, ligation expenses, residence etc. during dispute or alimony after divorce Why?

  • When the said marriage is broken and both are not discharging their responsibilities of that matrimony, why only husband is penalized ?

and in case of any child from this matrimony,

  • why not  responsibility of welfare of child is shared on 50:50 basis ?

To these very questions, the reasoning or big answer from feminists or government is to stop women being destitute or beggared but it could not be understood then what for women centric welfare policies, programmes, schemes involving huge funding are there ?

So, isn’t it rational that either Government should scrap all women upliftment (so called women empowerment,) programmems if these not bearing the desired fruits or it should make women legally, equal responsible at par with Males in the family affairs and matrimonial matters alongwith similar parallel statutory constitutional bodies for male rights too?

HOW FAIR IS IrBM(Marriage Act amendment) ???

May 7, 2013

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Please RISE & ACT against these Feminist visionaries.

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SAVE  FAMILIES IN INDIA  !!!!

Proposed IrBM amendments to Marriage Act – A MIRROR INTO THE WISDOM OF INDIA’S TOP – LAW MINISTRY

May 2, 2013

Complete Bankruptcy of Legal & Judicious Wisdom and  analysis: 

Indian route to Business Model

Indian route to Business Model

By drafting IrBM, which would make “WIFE” (and only wife) entitled to 50% share in all kind of immovable and movable earnings, properties including ancestral property, assets  etc. of her husband in the event of divorce is glaring example to show the bankruptcy of legal & judicious wisdom of Indian law making system. The Law ministry while recommending these amendments have totally overlooked/forget the following basic fundamental facts  :-

  • That  All matrimonial laws in India are Gender Biased(against husband).
  • That  India survives on it’s robust and one of it’s kind “the Family System”.
  • That Marriage in India is a sacred ritual & contract and when monetary      angle comes in(like dowry-to which government recognizes  it as “Menace”) the institution of  marriage breaks down be it from any side.
  • That Divorce is a “Failed Marriage” and failed marriage is not a “Crime”.
  • That Woman does not mean “Only Wife” in whole of the world.
  • That the mother, sister, aunt etc. in the family of husband are Women and has   their  BIRTH RIGHTS in ancestral or  joint property besides all other male members of the family.
  • That to be a Husband in INDIA is not an  act of violating the “will of humanity”.
  • That  the  “Husband” and only husband cannot      be used as tool  in the name of  rights to woman  on account of government’s own  failures like for failed protection  & security, dignity, respect,  livelihood, financial health, assets, assaults, health,   eprivation, employment  &  poverty etc.
  • That  the legislation is drafted by none other than the persons who are      “non-practising law” or even typical Indian Babus who had no analysis of practical   implications of this legislation outside the comfortable  “AC Rooms” of offices of Ministry.
  • That a Contested Divorce – a decree in favour of wife/husband only after      completing legal and judicial process wherein wrong doing party is legally      proved then firstly, why to “incentivize” the wrong doing person in the      name of subsistence to live………. and again now  through this proposal to have 50% share      in hard earned properties and assets over the years by not only husband   but by his forefathers too….?
  • That Proposed amendments are nothing but a lucrative legal business model to be  wealthy without any risk or responsibility for unscrupulous wives.
  • That   these provisions would be responsible for steep raise in the graph of      divorce cases in India out of lust for wealth and will solicit and promote      squandering and splattering on the part of woman.
  • That votes in 2014 election could not be garnered through another such a      terrible skewed legislation which will shake the very root of Family System      in India.

 THERE IS STILL TIME TO THINK AND USE YOUR VALUABLE WISDOM……………..RISE ABOVE THE “VOTE BANK POLITICS” ……… IT CAN BACK FIRE !!!!!!!!!

By -the-Way, WHO IS WIFE IN A MATRIMONY ?

December 5, 2010

THE MARRIAGE is an institution having only 2 pillars of it i.e HUSBAND and WIFE.The Indian Legal system has very much clearly defined the husband’s role,duties & responsibilities in a matrimony through various gender biased laws. It’s my little effort to summarise the same for your perusal:

HUSBAND (Legally in India)

a) a male above 21 years of age In Marriage

b) Legally barred to take any dowry before, at the time or after the marriage.

c) Legally responsible to maintain his wife & children economically, pschycologically,socially, physically and emotionally.

d) Legally bound to provide protection to wife & children

e) Legally bound to provide residence & life style of his status to wife .

f) Legally barred to do any crulaity on wife or children

g) Leaglly barred of any domestic violence on wife.

h) Legally bound to make his wife happy biologically(sex).

i) Legally barred of any adultary inside or outside marriage.

j) Legally barred from marital rape.

k) Legally responsible to maintain his parents as well.

l) Legally responsible for any unantural death of his wife within 7 years of marriage. even after Divorce

m) Legally responsible to provide ailimony for easy life of his ex.till her remaining life or she remarries.

n) Legally responsible to provide maintenance to his children till they attain maturity age or in case of girl, her marriage.

WIFE (Legally in India)

and now let’s talk about Wife’s responsibilities or role ? Is it defined anywhere in any law or act ? NO The only thing defined (in nutshell) about wife is “Any girl/women above 18 years, legally married to a Man” that’s all. So WHO IS WIFE ?

Is this institution of marriage in India is any way FAIR to a HUSBAND ?

Don’t you agree that every indian matrimonial laws needs clear defination of the “Wife” i.e WHO IS WIFE ? WHAT IS THE ROLE of WIFE IN A MATRIMONY? and WHAT ARE THE RESPOSIBILITIES OR DUTIES OF WIFE ?

Isn’t it must, so that the abundance of rights bestowed to a WIFE in Indian Legal System, in the name of women Empowerment could be JUSTIFIED ANYHOW ?

SHOAIB – A celebrity succumbed to false 498a

April 8, 2010

 Shoaib-Sania episode once again highlighted the very much debated (in low voices) the misuse of 498a in India and how gender biased this law is? The 498a, in this case has crossed the international boundaries and acclaimed the world attention. Even a celebrity who was available with all resources succumbed to 498a pressure in just 48 hours that is even when he and only he(not anyone of his family members were involved, which is contrary to maximum of 498a cases) was slapped with it. The questions in everyone’s mind left after this drama is :

How powerful this 498a is? and

How easily(on mere allegations by a wife), one spouse can dictate her terms on other spouse and extort huge amount(15 Crores -Refer Mid-Day report “Ayesha’s big problem” )?

When Celebrity can be subjected to such a pressure under 498a, what an innocent and poor or middle class husband living in a joint family goes through when he is slapped with a false 498a?

The 498a has been exposed in several ways to thinking minds:

Is a gender biased law.

• Marrying Indian girl is a criminal offence.

• No need to prove even marriage

• Place of marriage solemnized or registered does not matter.

• Recognizes no nationality-can be filed on a person of any nationality

• Knows no limitation period – can be filed by wife any years after leaving separately from husband

• Husband is guilty till proven innocent.

• Arrest threat is a great pressure to bring anyone to knees may be high rated celebrity.

• Open extortion in the name of settlement.

• Unilateral support & sympathy from police, government, media & society.

• Good legal tool in the hands of wives to extort money (as per her wish) from hubby without much of efforts.

• Risk & fear free terrorism can be inflicted on husband without even show her face.

I think these observations were the compelling reasons for Hon’ble Supreme Court of India to declare 498A as a “legal Terrorism”.

But then why the Indian legislature is sleeping?

The answer – May be waiting 498a to hit the doors of their own homes

From above, it can be safely concluded that it is a doctrine law in the category of TADA & POTA in India which are framed to curb terrorists.

I again left you with few questions :

“Do husbands (the biggest contributor to Indian economy) in INDIA are equitable to Terrorists” ?

“Is marrying an Indian girl is a criminal offence”?

MERA BHARAT MAHAN !