Every Sufferer Is A Saviour..

Thursday, 19 November 2015

International men's day and forgotten males in India !

If World is a clap then two hands are needed for this Clap,One hand that is for women And, second one for men. But,In this fast revolutionary world we remember everything related to women But, forget men. India is suffering from gender biased laws.
Here the laws for women are exclusive even though they may be wrong.Lakhs of men have done suicide due to this gender biased laws like 498a, dowry act, rape, domestic voilence and many other laws related to women.Just because this laws are one sided, any girl or women who want to blackmail Or take a vengeance or revenge, drag innocent males and there after their lives get ruined.A strong condemnation of these laws should be done at mass level..to make neutral laws. So, that the other end innocent people should not be dragged and jailed. Human should be treated equal in the eyes of law and justice, no discrimination should be done favouring on the basis of sex.

Its not necessary that every women in this world is sita..due to over empowerment, lust and greediness they are turning into suparnakhas too.
The one blanket formula to judge that "Male means They must be wrong" is highly illogical. Government should think over these issues to amend these laws. The irony of indian males is that even though they are correct then there is no supporting bodies like what women have through commissions-at national and state level, wellfare authority, 24 hrs helpline,NGo's, Media and govt.
But, if a male suffer then he can't go anywhere except cursing his faith as why he has been born in india. This is a hard truth that the creatures who produces, supports and binds the society with their hard work has no look after.
This is the true story of males in modern India..on the eve of World's International Men's day !


Sunday, 8 March 2015


The empowerment of Women doesnt mean to take the Life Of Innocent Men..what This sentence signifies the meaning of sheer misuse and fraudulent uses of women empowerment in the sake of their friendly women laws,

celebrating Womens day is very important but treating men as rapist and brutually killing them infront of thousands of people before his conviction is termed as which day?

This is the prime question to all feminists who are holding their gender power within the nation to get sympathy from even beggars sitting on the road side..
yes, Women Could be Wrong but no matter her one confession could take the life of innocent male along with his whole family even his last stage grand citizens resting on the bed for his last breath..And Thats call India..Where Every One Searching For Ram But No one is Concern about Where Is Sita..Is she Extincting Or She willingly and Desperately Hiding Behind The Tag Of Holy Sita Where Every Woman Must Be treated As Devi, No Matter She Would Be Bitch or Troll..!

On This Womens Day When every women would be celebrating It There is One Family Who Is crying For Their Lost Son Due This Woman And Women Empowerment Law..
Even I felt my eyes wet after reading his suicide note published in this article by
I request Every Male To read This and Drop His genuine Comment..




Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Woman can’t claim share in self-acquired property of dad-in-law: Court


Woman can’t claim share in self-acquired property of dad-in-law: Court

Rebecca Samervel,TNN | Feb 25, 2015, 06.59 AM IST

MUMBAI: A sessions court observed last week that a woman cannot claim a share of her father-in-law's self-acquired property under the Domestic Violence Act. The court made the observation while dismissing an appeal filed by a woman who sought a share of the household from her estranged husband. "Share household does not include self-acquired property of parents-in-law of an aggrieved woman. A copy of the registered agreement, loan receipts, tax receipts etc clearly shows that the property is purchased by the father-in-law and it is his share household property, it cannot be termed as a joint family property or an ancestral property," the court observed.

The appeal, filed in 2011, states that the couple was married in 2006. After the wedding, the woman stayed with her in-laws and husband at their flat in Vasai. The woman alleged that she was forced to leave this home. In 2009, she filed a case under the Domestic Violence Act against her husband and in-laws, citing violence. In the complaint, she also filed an application stating that she wanted a share of the house as her husband had not allowed her to enter the matrimonial house. However, on April 4, 2011, a magistrate court rejected her appeal.

 The woman's advocate told the sessions court that she has resided in the house with her husband who had a share in the property and hence, she too had a share in the house. It was further argued that the husband had exercised his right to stay on the property and as a spouse, this right extended to her, too. On the basis of these arguments, the woman said that she should be allowed to enter and reside in the house. The woman also claimed that it was her husband who was initially paying the EMI on the loan taken for the flat. The court, however, pointed out that even if a husband and wife live together in a dozen places, that property does not become a shared household.

 "The property in which the woman is claiming her right is not a joint family property or the ancestral property of her husband. Therefore, she is not entitled to have a shared household in the property of her parents-in-law. She also cannot claim alternative accommodation from the parents-in-law under the Domestic Violence Act," the court observed.