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. 

Wednesday, 3 September 2014



Bombay High CourtSudha Suhas Nandanvankar vs Suhas Ramrao Nandanvankar on 15 September, 2004Equivalent citations: AIR 2005 Bom 62, 2005 (1) BomCR 591, 2004 (4) MhLj 1052Author: S MhaseBench: S Mhase, R MohiteJUDGMENTS.B. Mhase, J.1.

This appeal is directed against the Judgment and Order passed in Misc. Application No. 60 of 2000 on 5-8-2000 by the Family Court, Bandra in an application preferred underSections 27 and 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act, inter alia, making prayer that the stridhan of the applicant be returned and also permanent alimony be granted. The said application was partly allowed by the Family Court. However, in respect of part rejection of the application, this appeal has been preferred.2. The applicant was married with the opponent on 21-5-1995 according to Hindu Laws.

The said marriage has been annulled by a-decree of nullity dated 16-3-1996 on a ground that the applicant-wife was suffering from epilepsy at the time of marriage. Even though the said decree was ex-parte, the said decree was not challenged by the applicant-wife. However, after passing of the said decree, the notice was issued by the applicant for return of the articles which were presented to her at the time of marriage by her parents as per the list. It is further claimed that the expenses incurred for the said marriage of Rs. 31,876/- be returned. During the pendency of this application the applicant-wife further submitted the application (Exh.16) for return of the articles and jewellery which was presented to her by her in-laws at the time of marriage. She has further claimed permanent alimony.

The Family Court has rejected the claim of Rs. 31,876/- which was incurred by the parents of the' applicant-wife for the purposes of marriage expenses on the ground that there is no provision to return such amount. At the time of argument of this matter, the learned Counsel for the appellant-wife fairly conceded that there is no provision for return of such marriage expenses and therefore, unless there is a provision to that effect, the trial Court was justified in rejecting the claim for the marriage expenses to the extent of Rs. 31,876/-. The trial Court has also rejected the claim in respect of the golden articles and jewellery as listed in (Exh.16). This appeal is mainly directed against the said finding of the trial Court. We need not go to list of those articles but what we find that all these articles, as per the claim made by the applicant-wife, have been presented to her by the in-laws viz. mother-in-law, sister-in-law i.e. (sister of the husband), another sister-in-law i.e. the wife of the brother of the husband and so on. Naturally, as these Articles have been presented by the in-laws, the applicant has not produced any evidence to demonstrate that these articles were purchased by her in-laws at any point of time. However, she had entered into witness box and stated that these articles were presented to her. In order to support her testimony, she has produced the photographs which were taken at the time of marriage wherein these articles were reflected as having been put on her and thereby claiming that these articles were with her and they have not been returned by the husband. Since they found to be stridhan, she is entitled to return of the same. The husband has denied that such articles were ever presented to the applicant-wife. According to him these articles were not presented at any point of time and he further made a suggestion in the cross-examination that these articles were of the parents of the appellant-wife which were put on by her parents in order to have a show of the presentation of such articles and he calls it as a "mandap show". Such suggestion has been denied by the applicant-wife.

However, it is pertinent to note that if these articles were presented to her, she should have examined some witnesses who were present at the time of marriage in the presence of whom these articles were presented by her in-laws. However, she has not examined her father and mother. She has not examined any friend who may be accompanied her at the time of said marriage ceremony to demonstrate that such articles were presented during the marriage ceremony to her. As against this, what we have noticed that the respondent-husband has entered into witness box to depose that such articles were not presented. Apart from that respondent-husband has examined his parents. The parents have also stated that such articles were not presented to the appellant-wife and therefore, the respondent has brought on record the primary evidence to demonstrate that such articles were never presented.

Learned Counsel for the applicant tried to submit that since these articles will have to be returned to the appellant-wife, the respondent and his parents are making statements that such articles were not presented. However, what we find that in that eventuality, these witnesses have been cross-examined and nothing have been brought in the cross-examination to demonstrate that these witnesses were supressing the truth. We have gone through the evidence of the parents and noticed that the evidence is convincing one and the trial Court has rightly appreciated the evidence.

Therefore, we find that appellant has failed to establish that such articles were presented by her in-laws in the marriage ceremony.3. Apart from this, we have taken into consideration that when the first notice was given the articles mentioned in the list Exh.16 were not demanded. Not only that when the application was filed, in the said application there was no demand for the articles. It is during the pendency of the application, the Exh.16 was submitted to the Family Court making claim towards specific articles. Those articles were golden and jewellery articles and such important stridhan will not be forgotten by the appellant-wife till the pendency of the application. In that context it is reflected that it is a after thought decision to claim the articles and we find that the observation and finding recorded by the Family Court are proper and justified one and we find that there is no merit in the submission of the learned Counsel that the Family Court should have allowed the list (Exh.i6).

4. So far as the articles which are directed to be returned to the appellant-wife, we find that the findings have been rightly recorded and no interference is called for. Apart from that there was a counter appeal filed by the first party challenging the said order. The said appeal is withdrawn by the respondent-husband as not pressed and therefore, we confirm that part of the Family Court's order.5. The last question which requires consideration is in respect of the alimony. It is an admitted fact that the decree for nullity has been passed underSection 5(ii)(c) since the appellant was suffering from epilepsy. Since the learned Advocate for the appellant submits that underSection 25 the alimony has to be paid at the time of passing of the final decree. He relied on the decision in the case of Shantaram Tukaram Patil and anr. vs. Dagubai Tukaram Patil and ors. reported in 1987 Mh.LJ. 179. He further pointed out that the said Judgment is relied upon by the single Judge in a subsequent Judgment in the case of Krishnakant vs. Reena reported in 1999 (1) Mh.LJ. 388 and submitted that even though the decree of nullity was passed the petitioner is entitled to claim alimony under Section 25. The learned Counsel for the respondent submitted that both these Judgments have considered the aspect that the entitlement of the party for permanent alimony and more specifically right of the wife. However, he submitted that the said right is available on condition that taking into consideration the conduct and the circumstances of case the Court is satisfied that alimony shall be granted. According to him after marriage, immediately there was a "Satyanarayan Pooja" and for the first time husband and wife came together. The respondent-husband found that the appellant-wife is a patient of epilepsy and on the next day, he has called on to the parents of appellant-wife and the father of the appellant came along with the Doctor to discuss. Learned Counsel further stated that the father requested respondent to allow the appellant to stay with respondent and the medical expenses will be borne by the father of the appellant. He submitted that thus the fact that the appellant was suffering from epilepsy was not disclosed at the time of settlement of marriage and till the marriage is performed.

He further submitted that even though on 1 or 2 occasions, prior to the marriage there was a meeting of respondent husband and appellant-wife, still the appellant wife has not disclosed that she is a patient of epilepsy. Thus he submitted that the conduct of the appellant and her parents in not disclosing that the appellant wife is suffering from epilepsy is itself a fraudulent and therefore, the party which takes the benefit of it, shall not be allowed to take such benefit and this circumstance may be taken into consideration. Relevant portion of Section 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is as follows :-Section 25.- Permanent alimony and maintenance - (1) Any Court exercising jurisdiction under this Act may, at the time of passing any decree or at any time subsequent thereto, on application made to it for the purpose by either the wife or the husband as the case may be, order that the respondent shall pay to the applicant for her or his maintenance and support such gross sum or such monthly or periodical sum for a term not exceeding the life of the applicant as, having reward to the respondent's own income and other property, if any, the income and other property of the applicant, (the conduct of the parties and other circumstances of the case), it may seem to the Court to be just, and any such payment may be secured, if necessary, by a charge on the immovable property of the respondent.In the facts and circumstances of the present case what we find that since the decree for nullity of marriage is passed underSection 5(ii)(c) we have to consider as to whether order for amount of alimony is to be passed. In view of the above referred 2 Judgments which have been relied by the Counsel for the appellant, we do not find any difficulty to conclude that in such a decree the wife is entitled to have a permanent alimony.

However, whether the conduct of the parties and other circumstances involved in this case will allow us to pass such order is the main question. It is an admitted fact that the marriage was celebrated on 21-5-1995 and within 4 days from the date of marriage, 'Satyanarayan Pooja' was performed in the matrimonial home and thereafter husband and wife were allowed to stay with each other. However, when it was found that the appellant-wife is suffering from epilepsy the marriage was not consumated and on 27-5-1995 the respondent-husband has contacted the appellant's father. The applicant's father and mother accompanied by the Doctor attached to the Poddar hospital came to the house of the respondent-husband and thereafter they discussed about the fact of suffering of the epilepsy. The appellant's father showed willingness to incur the medical expenses for the treatment of the appellant. However, he requested the Respondent to allow the appellant to stay in the house of the respondent-husband. This was not accepted by the respondent and therefore, the father of the appellant has taken the appellant and thereafter, a petition for nullity of marriage was filed in which ex-parte decree was passed.

The said decree is not challenged. Thereafter, the applicant has filed this application for the permanent alimony. It is pertinent to note that the parents and/or father of the appellant have not entered into a witness box either to depose that the fact of the epilepsy was disclosed to the respondent husband at the time of settlement of carriage nor the appellant has stated in her evidence that at any point of time prior to the marriage when they have seen each other said fact was disclosed to the respondent-husband. Therefore, the only inference is that till the marriage is performed the respondent was not aware of the fact that the appellant is a patient of epilepsy. The moment he got knowledge, he has not consummated the marriage and called the parents of the appellant and thereafter appellant was taken by the parents. This shows that had the fact been disclosed prior to the performance of the marriage, the respondent-husband would not have conducted such marriage with the appellant-wife. The non disclosure by the parents of the appellant and the appellant accepting the decree as it is without making any grudge that in respect of the ground that the appellant was suffering from the epilepsy prior to the marriage reflects upon the conduct of the appellant and if we take into consideration this aspect what we find is that the appellant is trying to take advantage of her wrong or fraud and is trying to harass the respondent by claiming the amount of alimony. But what we find is that after a decree of annulment the respondent has married and he is having a child. Now this appears to be an attempt on the part of the appellant and her parents to disturb the marital life of the respondent which he has tried to settle after annulment of the marriage. This is an attempt to shift the liability of maintenance by the appellant-wife on a husband who was not at fault and who has not consummated the marriage. Even though the law permits the right of the alimony in favour of the appellant, however, the conduct and the circumstances involved in the present case does not permit us to pass an order of permanent alimony in favour of the appellant. We find that the findings recorded by the Family Court are just and proper and no interference is called for.6. In the result, we find that there is no substance in the appeal and hence, appeal is hereby dismissed with no order as to costs.

Saturday, 23 August 2014

Desh ke naujawaano yebam bujurgon kripya dhyan de.., Case no. 498a caw cell se chalke ....

Desh ke shaadi shuda naujawaano yebam bujurgon kripya dhyan de.., Case no. 498a caw cell se chalke ...FIR hote hue Via IO, LAWYER, POLICE aur Court hote hue bas Kabhi bhi aapke uppar prasthan kar rahi hai...

Deshwasion se anurodh hai, Kripya aapne apne gharon me Nim likhit Paristhitiyon ko dekh le:

s*x mein satisfy nai kiya----498a

Agar Sex mein over satisfy kiya-------498a

baat nai suna--------498a

Biwi ke BF ko cheda -----498a

Biwi se sawal kiya--------498a

Biwi ke baap bhai ko namaste nai kiya---------498a

Biwi ke fijul ke kharche band kiya-------498a

Biwi ko mayake jaane se roka--------498a

Biwi ke naam pe ghar nai kiya------------498a

Biwi ke gharwale ko paise nai bheja----------498a

Biwi ke saas bahu ke serial ke badale news channel lagaya------498a

aapne Bhudde Maa baap ko saath me rakha-------498a

Biwi ko subah subah Chaye banane ko kaha-------498a

Biwi ke Kutte ko Hi nai kaha------498a

Itna hone par apne Jubaan pe centre fresh lagaam nai lagaya------498a

Itu si bhi Muhn khola--------498a

Case lage hone pe kripya katar me lage rahe.......

Ati Bilamb ke liye Humme khed hai..,

Tab Tak Biwi ke parvarish ke liye sahyog karien Yebam unke har Pratarna Ko sahe...!

Aapki 498a yaatra Mangalmay ho..!



Thursday, 31 July 2014


http://www.telegraphindia.com/1140704/jsp/bihar/story_18578504.jsp#.U9pLi2ZX5cs to

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, ...