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Some Text you can use for the Post Card Campaign in DV act

Some Text you can use for the Post Card Campaign

 

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I object to the protection given only to “Women” in DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act). The wordings are such that only “young married wife” can claim protection and relief. I strongly request to make DV Act “gender-neutral” by providing protection to MEN and his family as well.

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I object that the DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) has been designed only to provide protection to “married young women”. I sincerely request to increase the scope of the said Act beyond “young married women” to a cover a much larger section of victims irrespective of their age & gender.

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The Protection of women from domestic violence Act is one of the most misused laws in our country apart from IPC 498[A]. There is an urgent need to introduce a punishment clause in the Protection of women from domestic violence Act in-line with section 387 to 389 of Indian Penal Code. A new clause should be introduced to protect the rights of the accused by sufficiently compensating the accused.

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Live-in relationships are like organized prostitution. If we don’t discourage live-in relationships then we will end up promoting polygamy which is not permitted as per law. The parliament should clear this confusion. It cannot take different stands on the same issue of polygamy.  Therefore, I propose to remove live-in relationships from the context of DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) OR make sections 494 & 497 of Indian Penal Code as Un-constitutional.

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On mere application of common sense one can conclude that a woman who is claiming domestic violence by her husband cannot be presumed to live with him any longer. Therefore, I suggest/recommend introducing a new clause in DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) for protecting the human rights of the accused husband.

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The Protection officer’s role in DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) is to only record the Domestic Incident report without any verification or collection of proof. Often this is done after filing the application to the Magistrate and only for the sake of process, nothing more than that. The role of a Protection officer is absolutely unnecessary and should be removed.

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Because of the rampant misuse of the Protection of women from domestic violence Act the sole testimony of the woman cannot be taken as a sole witness or as occurrence of violence. The trial under this Act should be made in compliance to Indian Evidence Act rather than in compliance to Criminal Procedure Code.

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I object to the delay on the main case proceedings in DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) due to the delay on passing of orders on the interim applications. The magistrates shall ensure that interim orders are passed at the earliest and at the discretion of the officers and shall ensure the trial is not withheld over an indefinite period due to non-execution of interim orders.

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I object that due to various loopholes in the DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) the spouses are trading wild and false allegations at each other. The magistrates shall order perjury and contempt proceedings in respect of exaggerated or false allegation in respect of domestic violence, cruelty when such allegations are proved to be false.  And spouses making false allegations are to be punished. 

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I object to the way false cases are being filed in the court without any fear. In order to stop the misuse of DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) as a black mailing tool, I propose to add severe punishment to those who misuse.

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I object to the way false cases under DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) are being filed in the court without any fear. I feel that courts of this country are nothing but temple of justice but unfortunately there is a flood of petitions in front of the courts most of which are false and are being filed with ulterior motives. In order to stop the misuse of this Act as a black mailing tool, we propose to add the following two statements into the Form-II:

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I strongly deplore to the use of the DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act) being used as a blackmail tool. In order to stop this particular misuse of this Act as a black mailing tool, I propose to do camera recording of the counselling/mediation done by the counsellors if the accused/respondents wishes so. The charge for these proceedings can be put on the accused/respondents.

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Shelter homes must be provided for the affected victims in DV Act (Protection of women from domestic violence act). When a woman undergoes domestic violence it may not be possible for her to continue to live with the accused/respondent. So, in order to protect these women, the women should be mandatorily accommodated in Govt. sponsored Shelter Homes. The cost for the accommodation may be put on the accused/respondents. The cost will be for her maintenance as per the prevailing rates as declared by the Government.

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  1. Jay
    July 22, 2011 at 12:00 am

    I disagree with the last one. The maintenance is to be funded by Govt. of India only “until” the accused “is” “proven” “guilty”.

    For insanities like – he just slapped her and now oh my god shes disabled! she cant walk! shes in shock! – such insane situations need not be entertained with the “life-time” “shelter” and all the finances of the woman as well as her “children” be borne by the “accused” even if proven guilty. Until she’s medically “disabled” and “disabled only from the filed incident” accused owes her no dues for any reason for those reasons “are” baseless.

    “Accused” must include “female” gender as well, which i bet they “practically” dont have and even if they do… gender equal punishment terms? ahh no… this is India…..

    No bullsh1t like “he said something to her! shes disturbed! she cant live now!” be entertained until the “woman” is “officially” (w/ birth certification) under 16 without bullsh1t resources like “shes so tender…. trust us! shes only 17” taken as evidence. For adults “are” to have “brains” to “think” for themselves and “reject” “useless” opinions,

    If she cannot, she has not been taught how to do so… then thats the liability of her parents and not the accused. Hence “verbals” except “threats” – and only those w/ no bullsh1t “threats” like – “I will report this to the principal.”-case or “Dont do it! its wrong”-case and other “nominals” where the fair incidents were reported as “threats” – be accepted as a case.

  2. ABC
    August 5, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    How biased the Indian male cumminity is, pretty well knowing how man oriented our culture is. Women do everything for these married men, their famililies, bring in this world and raise children and yes….work to make money. Look at how insane these comments are..dont forget they may be applicable to your sisters, mother and your daughter when they grow up..

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