To help further understand, analyse these.Charles Siebert, “An Elephant Crackup”. The New York Times Magazine. 8th October 2006, 1-19Anupama Rao, “Death of a Kotwal: The Violence of Recognition.” In The Caste Question: Dalits and the Politics of Modern India, Anupama Rao, University of California Press,241-264. Man is in the forever need to make himself advanced and supreme. In a rut to reach the top of his own and exceed others’ capacity, varied levels of living are created. The greedy supreme Man reaches the Elite level, while the other exceptional humans and non-humans fall at the subaltern specie level. This paper argues how when these Elite humans, subject to disruption over the subordinate, find humanity those groups to justify their heinous acts. By attributing and hence destroying affection,empathy, courage and other similar key features to the subalterns, humans try to shift the blame of being the cruel and corrupt over to them. Coexistence of individuals in any group of the living leads to a natural bond of affection and connectivity. Owing to the constant greed of Man to advance, He takes it upon himself, to intervene in the subaltern lifestyle and produce disharmony to reach the top. Siebert in his essay confirms how animals are most comfortable in their natural habitat and admonish any kind of trespassing. He claims that, “Elephants, when left to their own devices, are profoundly social creatures”(5). Their intricately organized community is a symbol of compassion; a common characteristic of the humane. After considering this, the Man gets an instinct to steal such a trait common to him from any specie which is unknown. Upon action, he goes as far as redeveloping their habitats and lifestyle. And hence a sudden challenge of disbalance is created. He indulges in a series of gruesome acts such as hunting, poaching and culling to extract resources off of the non Human, and thereby extracting the humanity off of them. Upon disruption, elephants too rumble in protest. In a maze on who should reach the top, be free and unique, the companionship is lost. Rao expels similar ideas and expresses how exertion of power by the the ones in authority and rule over a minority group renders discontent and division in a unified community. She reflects the incident and writes, “In fact they were dependent on Ambadas. With the entry of the Shiv Sena two years ago , the first seeds of discord were sown.” (252). The community which had recognized representatives and leaders collectively, was now to be in a state of separated opinions because Man in power imposed himself to disturb a tranquil habitat. The police and press, even after submission of members of the Elite party who were thought to be the convicts of Sawane’s murder, the meek humans didn’t settle for the punishment but encouraged further investigation. This act of refusal to admit defeat and crime committed plants seeds in the hearts of the natives from the subaltern to quit their humanity and battle the Human-Monster. Where in both the cases, the Elite Human intervention was out of greed and power, the distortion created rendered the Dalit’s powerless and elephants in pain. In an attempt to make the world rosy for existence where Man leads, he paints the universe with colours of dissatisfaction and disbelief.In the world where survival of the fittest runs parallely across species, when Man subjugates, he also invokes the emotion of liberation. Humans, owing to their intelligence and constant greed for power and knowledge have called up for a battle from many species unlike his. In Siebert’s essay one can witness a history of disturbance caused by man in the world of elephants. He writes, “It is not leaving without making some kind of statement, one to which scientists from a variety of disciplines,including human psychology,are now beginning to pay close attention”(3). In the need to justify his acts of cruelty and show domination, He attributes a sense of bravery and courage to the rogue species but diminishes their struggle infront of himself. While practicing another selfish act, of creating priviledges for self and obscuring others, the human race dissects on the basis of caste. By introducing differentiated humans, Dalits, form the subaltern group which revolts against the Upper castes, the superiors further impose authority over them. Rao realizes this difference and remarks, “However the resilience of everyday practices of stigmatization also conditions Dalits’ continued quest for social justice and dignity”(263). On one hand where social stigmas are created within this segregated society, there is still an ongoing revolt to attain equity with the Upper Caste Humans. When the media, the legislation, the judiciary see the uneasiness of living caused to Dalits and asserts politics into it, the Hindus reward it by calling it a courageous monotonous deed and a part of their lifestyle. Thereby signifying that the atrocities are nothing but a similar humane act which they are bound to deal with. After interfering with these subaltern groups and categorizing their actions as a testimony of the struggle to regain their individuality, the Man belittles their movements and produces the need to explore these species through his eyes of humanity.In order to upgrade their behaviors and functions, the Humans wish to understand other species and create an environment of empathy to gain their trust. This need to gain belief stems from spheres of the subordinate groups when they are disrupted by the Human intervention. Anupama Rao expounds on the Kotwal murder case by sharing the impact created by various findings gathered and reported by institutions. In reality, where the elites formed the face of the state and recognized it as ‘progressive’, they themselves gave birth to caste and encouraged discrimination. Rao expresses the urgent upheaval caused and says, “On September 6, the DIGP and the PCR Cell in Bombay demanded that special police officers be sent to investigate untouchability in the villages mentioned in the Maharashtra Times and Times of India articles” (251). Close investigations were then to be charged as a classic way of repenting the wrong done by the authoritarian humans to create a sense of understanding in the minds of the aggrieved specie. At times in order to make themselves more involved with other species, humans prove themselves to be in the same shoes as others. Siebert after having conversed with Abe reaffirms, ““Elephants are suffering and behaving in the same ways that we recognize in ourselves as a result of violence,”she told me”(8). By recognizing an emotion as strong as violence and equating this feeling in their lifestyle, Humans empathize with the elephants to realize their(elephant’s) individuality in relation to themselves. However the cause and effect of disruption maybe, Man declares self to have dealt with same. After perturbing the non animal’s to the animal’s peaceful lifestyle,empathy shown in relation to their own makes up a successful defensive measure against the barbarism caused.In this ever evolving cosmos, peaceful survival of different species of living beings has taken a backseat. Where species apart from the Elite race unknowingly reflect traits of humanity, Man has learned to extract these subalterns away from traits personal to his. To achieve this, he adopts a series of tasks of ignorance, intervention, destruction and further violence which make the subaltern species ultimately either give in to acceptance or lose their space of existence on this planet. At the summit of this volcano still, Man stands waving his flag of repentance and justification. He started the war and never lets anyone contest or win. With others’ hands tied and his limbs free, the monstrous volcano of humanity erupts. Now he waves the flag for peace.
Everbody has 'kahaani' i.e stories to share in life, but their are few stories that are very heart touching, senstive, serious, reality & a matter of attention. I know we all have busy life, busy schedule & there many couples whose life depends on nanny, maids, day care for children etc. At times parents also leave their children at friends place, neighbours place or any relatives place without even having a thought tat whether my child would be safe or unsafe. The dirty mind belongs to strangers is true but we need to accept that even our own near & dear ones could have mind filled with shits & may try to harm your child, abuse your child. We teach many do's & dont's to our children but we forget to teach them a very important lesson that is of their own safety, yes safety of their body, lessons of good & bad touch. Make your child aware about gud & bad sign of touch, talk to them daily, have more conversation about school, teachers, bus drivers, auto driver etc. Parents must not forget that child abuse done by near & dear ones is not a matter to hide, ignore & make your child to suffer & get into pain or depression wherein he/ she cant tend to come out. We see & read many cases of child abuse in newspapers, televisions etc but we only get serious about it the day if any such incident takes place in our family. I request everyone do not wait for such cruel incidents to take place. Get alert & start talking & teaching your child today, coz precaution is better than cure. If any one comes across about any such incidents in schools, tutions, day care centers, NGO's one must immediately light such issues, investigate & inform the police. If we dnt act now than many such strangers will get more gutts to spoil life of several children. Your children are lucky coz they have parents like you to take stand & raise voice for them but there are many who do not have parents, they live in child ngo's, ashrams & have no one to share their pain. It's our moral duty to raise our voice & act against the child abuse. Be a friend to your child so that they can share entire routine & kahani of every day. I appreciate the director to take such a serious topic of 'child abuse' & highlighted the current rising issue for our children. There is a strong message to get serious about your child & their safety. Vidya was awesome the way she performed. It could have highlighted more such issues along with data from schools, child ngo's etc. I give 3.5 start to raise this topic in 'Kahaani -2' . It's a family movie so make sure your child also learns out of it. There is a message for all such strangers that, don't play with the life of any child or else accept death penalty or imprisonment for entire life. Even our judiciary laws must be strict & such person should straight away be sentenced to death.
Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code was talked about adultery.
Respected Sirs,SUBJECT :- Cleaning of Society by Confession and Forgiving, Opportunity of Self Punishment or PRAYSCHIT, ReformationDHARM KI STHAPNA, is the hour of need. We are in minus, having numerous problems. How much minus? Unascertainable, endless ? Where to start to overcome these problems, no definite way is visible ? One major problem is of dishonesty. I hereby take liberty to suggest a way to overcome this problem. We may try to build a platform. We may restart our civilization. First, we declare ourselves to be on Zero. At different times, Government had launched Voluntary Disclosure of Income and Wealth Schemes (called VDS, VDIS, VIDS, Amnesty, etc.), first in 1951, second & third in 1965, fourth in 1975 and fifth in 1997. The broad objectives of all the VDSs were to unearth the undisclosed income & wealth, provide opportunity to the past evaders of tax to adopt the path of rectitude & civic responsibility, to mobilize resources and to channelise funds into priority sectors of the economy. Though the financial outcome of the VDSs of 1975 & 1997 might had been good, but, from the present scenario, you can very well visualize that, apart from collection of some earthed money (that too, of individuals own choice), none of the other objectives (in particular, returning to the path of rectitude & civic responsibility) were / have been achieved. Please introduce some more schemes. Scheme – I This time, scheme should be, not to only disclose the undisclosed income & wealth, but, a scheme of confession / declaration of every dishonesty / financial sin, including disclosure of all bad / black money / assets and surrender thereof. Percentage of surrender be fixed. Government will have to assign / designate this work to some department/s, which shall work as fast track courts in every district or even in rural areas, by taking cognizance of confession / declaration, by taking possession of surrendered money / assets, thereby implying compounding of offences, and forgiving / acquitting the declarant. However, such designated courts may have the power not to acquit such declarants, whose cases are linked with our Country’s security and integrity. This scheme be the last opportunity to us to return to the path of rectitude and civic responsibility. From the date of announcement of the scheme, dishonesty be put to strict vigil and immediate & deterrent punishment, which be continued for ever. After the closure of scheme, the non-declarants of bad / black money be searched, that money / assets be seized / disgorged and they be put for time bound trial before the fast track courts. Besides the black money in our Country, it has been reported (as read in newspapers) that the black money of over Rs.25 (some say Rs.70) Lakhs Crores of our Country was stashed in Swiss banks. This staggering amount of black money is a big hole in the national exchequer and the same can be diverted to the Country’s growth. Amazingly, each of 6 Lakhs villages in our Country would get a share of Rs.4 to Rs.10 Crores if the full amount of black money is retrieved, only from Swiss banks. Now is the time for Government to regain the black money, for which, aforesaid proposed scheme may be first used. Scheme – II In criminal cases, guilt may be divided in 5 categories e.g. negligible guilt, minor guilt, middle class guilt, major guilt and very major guilt. Cases may be discontinued / acquitted in the event of negligible guilt. Offences of minor and / or middle class guilt may be decided by consent orders by payments of expenses / costs & monetary penalties to the courts and damages / compensation to the complainants, by the accuseds. Cases of major guilt and very major guilt be decided in a maximum period of 02 years (one year at Lower Court, six months at High Court and six months at Supreme Court). Scheme – III All the civil disputes be first referred to system of jury / arbitration, where jury members / arbitrators, in each dispute, should first work towards an amicable settlement / conciliation and if the parties do not settle amicably, jury members / arbitrators will pronounce Order / Arbitration Award. Thereafter, there may be time bound court proceedings of maximum one year, upto the level of Supreme Court. This had been provided in CPC Amendment Bill of year 2000, which, probably, was put in THANDA BASTA / scrapped. Decree and Execution be clubbed. All, at least by heart, will welcome, these schemes, because they will have the opportunity for GANGA SANAN. Over 3 Crores cases are pending in courts across our Country. Clearing the backlog of cases is one of the biggest challenges. These schemes will substantially reduce the number of cases and will ease the burden of judiciary and all concerned & investigating departments of Government. Only by honesty, all plans of Government will truly reach to goal, including vision of Rural India. When honesty will prevail, there will be action (KARM) and that action will be in right direction & spirit. Government should do it. Victory is where justice reigns. With regards, Sincerely yours
**Marital Rape**it refers to unwanted intercourse by a man with his wife obtained by force, threat of force, or physical violence, or when she is unable to give consent. It is a non-consensual act of violent perversion by a husband against the wife where she is physically and sexually abused. Approximations have quoted that every 6 hours; a young married woman is burnt or beaten to death, or driven to suicide from emotional abuse by her husband. The UN Population Fund states that more than 2/3rds of married women in India, aged between 15 to 49 have been beaten, raped or forced to provide sex. In 2005, 6787 cases were recorded of women murdered by their husbands or their husbands’ families. 56% of Indian women believed occasional wife-beating to be justified.While marital rape gets documented in hospitals, cases are rarely registered, since it is excluded from the India Penal Code’s (IPC) definition of rape, says an analysis by Dilaasa, a counselling centre based out of K.B. Bhabha Hospital in Bandra. “Very rarely do patients tell us about marital rape. In a few cases, we see injuries and probe them. They are not aware this is wrong There is a pattern to the silence: women stay quiet about the assault when young, but are willing to report it at a later stage.’In the present day, studies indicate that between 10 and 14% of married women are raped by their husbands. Sexual assault by one’s spouse accounts for approximately 25% of rapes committed. Of the 664 cases, 159 cases were marital rape in 2015 at NGO Sneha’s crisis counselling centre in Dharavi. At Sneha’s counselling centres at KEM and Sion hospitals, of 218 cases of domestic violence received in 2015, 64 women said they had faced marital rape. Dilaasa analysed 13 cases of sexual violence from the emergency rooms of two of Mumbai’s public hospitals, Rajawadi in Ghatkopar, and Bhabha between 2011 and 2014 and found that only in five instances did the police register a case, mostly under Section 498 (A) (domestic violence), or the contentious Section 377 (unnatural offences). Dilaasa’s domestic violence data shows 60% married women report sexual violence, forced sex being its most common form. Dilaasa notes, “In almost all the cases, the police delay the collection of medical evidence from these hospitals and also do not wish to record an FIR. Union Minister Maneka Gandhi said that even if there was a law against marital rape, women won’t report it. According to the latest National Health and Family Survey (NFHS-4) for 2015-16, 5.4% women have experienced marital rape, under this category. But while the data on marital rape in India exists, marital rape as a crime, “does not exist”. And yet 5.4% of married Indian women say they have experienced marital rape. The figure recorded by NFHS-3 for 2005-6 was 9.5%. Sexual violence of course gets progressively worse if the husband is an alcoholic – 66% of married women experienced physical or sexual violence when “husband gets drunk often”. But only 10% of married victims of sexual violence seek help.The situation is worst in Manipur, 55% of married Manipuri women have been victims to these kinds of violence. Sikkim has the lowest number of victims at 3.5%. The National Health and Family Survey records both sexual and non sexual violence. The survey has looked at married women in the age group of 15-49. The highest form of non-sexual violence comes from men slapping women – 25% of women surveyed said they have been slapped. In all, 12% of married women said they have been pushed, shaken and have had things thrown at them. 10% said the husbands have pulled their arms or hair. Another 7.5% said they have been punched with fists or objects and 7% said they have been kicked, dragged and beaten up. More so, 1.5% said they have been choked or burnt and 0.8% said they have been threatened or attacked with guns, knives and other weapons.👉Marital rape may be broadly classified into following two categories:1.Sexual coercion by non-physical means– this form of coercion involves social coercion in which the wife is compelled to enter into sexual intercourse by reminding her of her duties as a wife. This form of coercion entails applying non-physical techniques and tactics like verbal pressure like include making false promises, threatening to end the marital relationship, lies, not conforming to the victim’s protests to stop, etc.2. Forced sex– this involves the use of physical force to enter into sexual intercourse with an unwilling woman. It can be further classified into the following three categories:i. Battering Rape- this form of marital rape involves the use of aggression and force against the wife. The women are either battered during the sexual act itself or face a violent aggression after the coerced sexual intercourse. The beating may also occur before the sexual assault so as to compel her into sexual intercourse.ii. Force Only Rape- in this form of rape, the husband does not necessarily batter the wife, but uses as much force as is necessary to enter into sexual intercourse with the unwilling wife.iii. Obsessive Rape- this form of rape involves the use of force in sexual assault compiled with perverse acts against the wife. It involves a kind of sexual sadistic pleasure enjoyed by the husband.👉*Marital rape is illegal in 18 American States, 3 Australian States, New Zealand, Canada, Israel, France, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Soviet Union, Poland and Czechoslovakia. In India, a marriage is a bond of trust and that of affection. A husband exercising sexual superiority, by getting it on demand and through any means possible, is not part of the institution. Legislators use results of research studies as an excuse against making marital rape an offence, which indicates that many survivors of marital rape, report flash back, sexual dysfunction, emotional pain, even years out of the violence and worse, they sometimes continue living with the abuser. For these reasons, even the latest report of the Law Commission has preferred to adhere to its earlier opinion of non-recognition of “rape within the bonds of marriage” as such a provision may amount top excessive interference wit the marital relationship. Rape in any form is an act of utter humiliation, degradation and violation rather than an outdated concept of penile/vaginal penetration. Restricting an understanding of rape reaffirms the view that rapists treat rape as sex and not violence and hence, condone such behavior in India. The importance of consent for every individual decision cannot be over emphasized. A woman can protect her right to life and liberty, but not her body, within her marriage, which is just ironical. Women so far have had recourse only to section 498-A of the IPC, dealing with cruelty, to protect themselves against “perverse sexual conduct by the husband”. But, where is the standard of measure or interpretation for the courts, of ‘perversion’ or ‘unnatural’, the definitions within intimate spousal relations? Is excessive demand for sex perverse? Isn’t consent a sine qua non? Is marriage a license to rape? There is no answer, because the judiciary and the legislature have been silent.👉*India’s parliamentarians just could not find it in them to treat married and unmarried women equally, on matters of rape. “Married women only have the option of using section 498A of the Indian Penal Code, which lays down provisions on cruelty, if they need to allege sexual violence against their husbands,” says Kavita Krishnan, secretary of the All India Progressive Women’s Association.And although Section 377 is known as the law which prohibits “gay sex,” it in fact prohibits “unnatural sex,” an act which can take place between straight people as well. “Sometimes women have used Section 377 if they want to press charges of rape against their husbands,” says Krishnan.Section 375, the provision of rape in the Indian Penal Code (IPC), has echoing very archaic sentiments, mentioned as its exception clause- “Sexual intercourse by man with his own wife, the wife not being under 15 years of age, is not rape.” Criminal charges of sexual assault may be triggered by other acts, which may include genital contact with the mouth or anus or the insertion of objects into the vagina or the anus, all without the consent of the victim. It is a conscious process of intimidation and assertion of the superiority of men over women.👉*There are many reasons such as husband believe in the superiority of men over women; some domestic issues, demand of women for her right in a marital relationship etc. Therefore, the main reason of this marital menace is a wide spread of gender inequality prevailing in our society. The male-dominated system of social norms where woman whether married or unmarried does not have the equal rights in any which way. It is the biggest weapon in hands of man to exploit the women. The role of traditionally assigned to married women in the society. Indian married women are considered as pativratastri means pure, faithful and obliging women. Thus married women have to follow her husband and fulfil all his requirements. The sexual relationship has been considered as an important part of the marriage, it is a woman’s duty towards her husband and she is not supposed to deny that to him. Her rile must be of submission and surrender. Economic dependence on her husband and in-laws is the reason that married women are unable to protect her from frequent practice of marital rape and she is forced to bear it. There must be strict laws for marital rape and the government should make some rules to reduce this problem.Rajabala
“Marriages and romances, that looks beautiful in stories, have been a painful affair for many in real life as many Indian brides have to go through and adjust with a sacred agreement laying down different ways to torture a daughter-in law.” In simple words, this act lays down the clever ways to torture/control a daughter-in-law.Something against which you cannot file a case as there is no court in India that will address vulgar harassment done to daughter-in-law under the veil of laughter; monetary and emotional losses incurred on the account of rumours & harassment done using humour to abuse the girl.“Laughter is the best way to harass a daughter-in-law; the great part is that you can sexually harass a girl by using wit. The sweetest/ tragic part of the story is that she cannot fight a legal case against her in-laws/ husband; if they are using wit/ humour to mock her or harass her or dominate her or to make her feel inferior on emotional and financial fronts.”Amidst these social tensions, I saw an interesting video in which a guy is marrying a hologram, giving rise to romance in virtual world as his relations with women in real life were painful.His name is Dan Ini Akihiko who married Hatsune Miku, a hologram. Miku is a simple form of artificial intelligence; pretty doll like image projection that have a beautiful voice; performs at concerts as a 3-D projection. Akihiko created Miku to have virtual romance and share some interesting conversations as his real life relations with women were painful.I came across this piece of information while doing my research on Artificial Intelligence, this linked me back to my poem “Indian Men Should Marry Alexa”, that I have written a year ago.” I was always of an opinion that Indian Men Should Marry Alexa/ Robots, after seeing the amazing non-verbal ways, that can’t be proved in court, which in-laws and husbands in Indian society use to torture their daughter-in-law.As per the “Daughter-In-Law Harassment Act, 18xx”, which is a sacred non-verbal agreement between the mother and the son to mentally torture their daughter-in-law and that too by making fun of her. In laughter, you will get to know that you are being harassed /tortured while you won’t be able to file a case against them.“Laughter is the best way to harass a daughter-in-law. You can easily be vulgar with your daughter-in-law or the new bride in the home and hide it under the veil of laughter.”The good part for the in-laws is that it can’t be proved in any court; these insults are covered under the veil of humour which is the sweetest way to sexually abuse and kill a daughter-in-law emotionally and mentally. They are alive but are not able to live; the death can’t be proved in any court as it is not real death, it is the death of a person on emotional and mental front. Death of her dreams, death of her self-confidence and death of her choice to have her own life.Insulting daughter-in-law is a common affair in Indian society. It starts from the very first day of the wedding; when she eats her first dinner with her husband and new family. There she learns that she will be exposed to vulgar comments for all her life and she has to manage with it.After that marriage vulgarity gets normal affair; get-togethers and office parties wherever she will go the vulgar relatives & friends of her husband will follow her.This indirect harassment; comes out to a pain in long run which she ignored in the very beginning of the marriage. This slowly leads to her low confidence levels, increased stress levels, unnecessary arguments, poor relationships, slavery, sadness, depression and a time comes wherein she start feeling less than others or give herself to mediocrity leaving behind the dreams that she had for her life. The amazing part is that this sort of ‘Haaa Haaa Haaa way of Sexual & Mental Harassment’ can’t be reported under ‘Indian Law’. There is not even any NGO that will address this issue; because it is not an issue till now in our country. Even if women feel bad about such vulgar comments given in family gatherings; nobody bothers to express themselves. As they live their lives being speechless since the Indian civilisation has came into existence.’Women often feel sad because of this ‘Haaa Haaa Haaa way of Sexual & Mental Harassment’, one which is done using laughter.’ Usually, a girl resigns to this treatment accepting it to be a part of her married life and suppress the fact that she feels bad, suffocated and frustrated when she is insulted in this way for a long time, a feeling that starts seriously bothering women after the initial 6 or 7 years of married life have passed away; that is the point when she feels depressed about the lack of love in her married life & the humorous insults have now taken a bitter form and are no longer of ‘Haa Haa nature’.Now, she has a child, she has no career as she left her job ages back and she is lazy enough to fight back. She resigns to live with the insults in her home with her unloving husband and in-laws as there is no easy way she can find to save herself from the rules of “Daughter-In-Law Harassment Act, 18xx” & her own lack of will to change her circumstances as it will demand hard work on emotional, mental and physical front. This is an ordinary case, where Indian women resign to slavery and unjust behaviour on part of in-laws, relatives, neighbours and her husband.However, there could be another case wherein a girl, decides to leave her husband in a year of marriage as she do not want to tolerate this ‘Haaa Haaa Haaa way of Sexual & Mental Harassment’. Because she knows that her husband cannot stop his parents, relatives and friends from insulting her. At the same time, he won’t leave his family for her.Thus, the girl moves away with a heart full of love, a bag full of books, her favourite dresses, chocolates, yum grilled cheese sandwich and an air ticket to explore a new place leaving a legal notice for her husband who didn’t respected her love. A happy divorce, wherein she knows that love in her heart, will help her to sail smoothly in the sea of the real difficulties that she will land into after the divorce.Unlike Dan Ini Akihiko, she kept her love for life in her heart, so that she does not feel the need to fall in love with Miku: a romance in Virtual Reality. She felt the importance of being a human; the difference between a robot and a human is emotions. In the era heading towards Artificial Intelligence (AI), she kept the love for life in her heart.Her simple act of her happy divorce and leaving her in-laws home with a heart full of love, a bag full of books, her favourite dresses, chocolates, yum grilled cheese sandwich and an air ticket to explore a new place leaving a legal notice for her husband who didn’t respected her love was a simple way she thought to move out from the age-old ritual of adjusting to the “Daughter-In-Law Harassment Act, 18xx”, creating an example for many other daughter-in-laws to leave their unhappy marriages with a heart full of love, a bag full of books, her favourite dresses, chocolates, yum grilled cheese sandwich and an air ticket to explore a new place and a legal notice to the husband who didn’t respected her love.This attitude is the best way to deal with the “Daughter-In-Law Harassment Act, 18xx”, which lays the foundation for harassing women in the name of marriage, without begging in front of Indian Judiciary; wherein the cases of women suppression are already piled up. There is no one to address the concern.It would be better that she herself find a solution instead of finding romance in Virtual Reality. She found a solution by finding love in her heart; with a mind that have dreams for her new tomorrow and a body that can work hard to make those dreams real.More from the Author:Indian Men Should Marry Alexahttps://storymirror.com/read/poem/english/rulrawqf/indian-men-should-marry-alexa/detail?fbclid=IwAR1UAHJF49J2kkVn8ju3lGcZX9ISYPahkuy47hmeP8Y7rNaMYnVZKu_iOiE
Rights of women and lawyer in Lahore:The question of the rights of women and lawyer in Lahore in our society has always been a very painful subject or discussion or research. Talking about women brings to mind grave injustices perpetrated upon them throughout history. Even in the present so-called modern times, with the 21st Century just round the corner, except for very few countries we live in a male-dominated world. Women, in general, have been subjected to all kinds of sufferings, inequities, injustices, oppression, and harassment. They have been treated as chattels and as personal possessions of men. Though more or less equal in number with men, they have always remained the weaker section of society. In the early period of human history perhaps there was some explanation, though not justification, for the dominant position acquired by men. The challenges of survival in caves and jungles then were all physical and his relative strength and freedom from child-bearing made it possible for the male to adopt the role of the protector and provider of women and children through lawyer in Lahore. But gradually after that, anti-women inhuman customs, prejudices and social taboos also began to permeate into human relationships and made it possible for the male to entrench himself as the dominant of the genders.Injustices for the women:By the same process, the woman became the dominated, discriminated class, and for centuries since she has suffered the injustices and excesses which has now become identified with her sex. For a very great majority of women even in modern times, that condition still prevails. As for our women, one is often amazed at the capacity for the endurance they continually show. Islam and our Constitution both guarantee equality to all people, including equality of sexes. But for our women, this remains an illusory goal. Not only that. They are even denied awareness of their rights. They have little access to information and experience, to skills and training; and their share in the economic resources.Women be Still Stand to Get Justice:A vast majority of women still wait for justice to be done to them how can women become partners with men in the various spheres of life? How can they be brought with dignity into the mainstream of our political, social and economic life? When will they get equal justice with men from the penal system through lawyer in Lahore? In an Indian journal some years ago an article on judiciary referred to the experience of a poor girl who got accidentally involved with the law, It was a harrowing tale. It read in part as follows. Pheeran Bai was just 16 years old when she went to jail through lawyer in Lahore. It was 1971 and the frightened, illiterate girl from Madhya Pradesh was accused of murdering her child.Result of the Famous Case about Harassment:Next year, the session’s court acquitted her. 1hne state went in appeal. The case dragged on till 1979, Pheeran Bai remained in jail The Bhopal High Court finally acquitted her, but her travails did not end, and the court typist misspelled her name in a letter to the jail authorities. Pheeran Bai spent two extra years in jail due to the error A public-spirited lawyer told the court she should be compensated, The court finally awarded her Rs. 7,260 at Rs. 10 a day for the extra time she had put in. This is what freedom and justice are worth. Ally his that cost and price of freedom and justice is not peculiar to India.For Further Detail Visit:https://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/know-about-simple-procedure-for-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistan.htmlhttps://bitarticles.com/attorny-and-lawyer-articles/get-best-consultancy-regarding-court-marriage-procedure-in-pakistan/https://www.ko-fi.com/post/One-of-Top-Professional-Lawyer-For-Dissolution-of-I3I11EGZNhttps://vin.gl/p/2798683?wsrc=linkhttps://family-case-lawyer.blogspot.com/2020/02/know-about-maintenance-of-wife-in.htmlhttps://bitarticles.com/attorny-and-lawyer-articles/get-consult-for-dissolution-of-marriage-in-pakistan-advocate-nazia/