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Thursday, 31 July 2014


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Relief follows 498A ruling

RAMASHANKARThe Supreme Court ruling on imposing Section 498A without investigation has come as a great relief for many a husband and even senior citizens.The relatives of Awadhesh Pathak, a retired schoolteacher, felt elated after coming to know about the Supreme Court guidelines on Wednesday. Pathak, 67, was arrested and lodged in the Barh sub-divisional jail about three months ago after his daughter-in-law Ragini (27) accused him along with seven other members of the family of harassing her for dowry.The apex court’s ruling has restrained the police from mechanically arresting the accused merely on the basis of lodging of complaints under Section 498A (harassing women for dowry) of the IPC.Pathak’s relatives have been running from pillar to post to secure bail for the retired teacher and his 62-year-old wife Sunita Devi. The couple, originally hailing from Mahua in Vaishali district, had settled in Patna after their son Manoj Kumar, a software engineer, got a job in a telecommunication company. Manoj was married to Rajini, daughter of an engineer of Barh, about three years ago.Ragini lodged a complaint with the Barh police station accusing her husband, in-laws, their two married daughters and their husbands. The police conducted a raid at their rented accommodation at Rajeev Nagar in April this year and took Pathak and his wife into custody. The couple were booked under Section 498A of the IPC and Section 3/4 of the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961.Pathak’s daughter Anamika, whose name also figured in the FIR, said she and her husband had nothing to do with the case but they have been accused of harassing Ragini for more dowry. “We don’t stay in Patna and have not visited my parents’ house after my brother’s wedding. How can we torture her?” she said.Pathak’s bail petition was rejected from the sub-divisional court and is pending with the high court. “Now it’s our turn to seek bail. Our anticipatory bail has already been rejected,” she said.Pathak’s son, Manoj had to lose job as he was behind bars for six months.The story of Shivaji Pandey, a retired engineer of the irrigation department, is more pathetic. Pandey, a resident of Ashiana Nagar, was recently arrested with his wife by a Delhi police team. The couple were charged with harassing their daughter-in-law, Meenaxi. She lodged a complaint against her husband Vivek and other relatives under Section 498A of the IPC.The couple had to spend about two weeks in a high security jail in Delhi despite the fact that their daughter-in-law had hardly stayed with them in Patna. “Vivek, a software engineer, is working with a telecommunication company in US. He used to send money from there. Yet he has been made accused in the case,” a close relative of Pandey said.The relative, who requested anonymity, said the couple would hardly forget the humiliation they had to face in the court.The complainant’s relative is an IPS officer, who allegedly used his influence to get the couple arrested at the earliest. The marriage of Meenaxi was solemnised in 2006.The family members of Sudarshan Mahto, who too are facing dowry charges, are all praise for the Supreme Court for issuing new guidelines. “We hope that the court would grant bail to us in the wake of the recent directive of the apex court. A complaint has been lodged against Mahto, an employee of a nationalised bank, with the Bihta police station,” he added.Share on emailShare on printShare on facebookShare on twitterMore Sharing Services

Thursday, 3 July 2014


One side Apex court gives relief to the untouched harrasments coming through decades and at other side the NCW is on the verge of giving a jolt to the indian males.The power of attorney to harrass the innocents will be continued through the vested powers of court to NCW as this commission would send summons and warrants directly to any accused just like a lower courts do.This much awaited drafting of women empowerment will begin soon if every thing goes on right track.The corruption level of india is rooted by the lowest court of India and now one more sister court is going to be release soon....Lets cross our fingers and pray for the acche din of women as well as innocent males who may not become the salt of the taste for these new brand of indian court.

Below is the rolling stories from publications about the above news: NCW to get civil court status | The Indian Express indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/ncw-to-get-civil-court-status/Jun 25, 2014 - “We are working on the amendments to the NCW Act to extend its ... The commission will be deemed to be a civil court with powers to issue ... powers to
NCW through - NCW::Reviews of Laws relating to Women ncw.nic.in/frmReportLaws21.aspxThe Central Government may, by rules, make provision for the terms and ... under this Act,have all the powers of a Civil court trying a suit under the code of Civil ... The Family Courts Act,1984 - NCW::Reviews of Laws relating to ... ncw.nic.in/frmReportLaws30.aspxWhen exercising jurisdiction under, sub-section 1), the Family Court shall have all the powers of an ordinary civil court of unlimited pecuniary jurisdiction.[PDF] THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN ACT, 1990 NO. 20 OF ... www.ncw.nic.in/PDFFiles/ncwact.pdfstanding who have had experience in law or legislation, trade unionism, management of .... sub-section (I), have all the powers of a civil court trying a suit and, ... National Commission for Women proposed to acquire status of Civil ... www.livelaw.in/national-commission-women-proposed-acquire-status-civil-...6 days ago - The Commission will be elevated to the status of a civil court, with its ... Regular meetings will be conducted and it will have the powers to initiate ...

The National Commission for Women (NCW) was constituted on 31st January, ... NCW set to be elevated to the status of civil court - YouTube ► 1:05► 1:05www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAyZ2Al_i8gJun 25, 2014 - Uploaded by newsxliveNCW set to be elevated to the status of civil court ... commission will havethe status of a ... NCW's demand for judicial powers is fundamentally flawed and ... www.merinews.com/article/ncws-demand...powers-is.../15898732.shtml7 days ago - If the NCW's logic of conferring it with powers of a court to hear ... will also be fully justified in demanding civil court powers to their welfare bodies. ... in any case would never stand a chance to get any justice from a court, ...