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Rajesh Vakharia, who runs the Save Indian Family Foundation, essentially a “rights of men” organization, says: “The SC itself has described the law as clumsily drafted…if the gas cylinder is exhausted and delivery of the new one delayed, technically the man can be accused of abuse.” He says the law is discriminatory because it defines the home solely in relation to the wife. “What about the other women in the home—the mother-in-law, the sisters-in-law?”

In his vast experience of acrimonious divorces, he says: “I find that the police entertain complaints from wives, but not mothers-in-law and unmarried girls. The moment a woman becomes a mother-in-law, she is transfigured from potential victim to potential demon.” The National Commission for Women, he complains, functions like the National Commission for Wives.

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“Hillary Clinton is a feminist, who supports policies that discriminate men and boys all around the world. We were scared of she becoming president of USA. This is more of a vote against Hillary Clinton than a vote in favor of Donald Trump. Had it been any other republican candidate, we would have supported him or her against Hillary Clinton. We were praying for her defeat.” Says Rajesh Vakharia, President of SIFF.

http://groundreportindia.org/monthly/indian-states/2016/11/indian-mens-rights-activists-are-celebrating-trumps-win-over-hillary-clinton/#

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Various organisations working on men’s rights, including the Save Indian Family Foundation (SIFF), have been demanding there must be a misuse clause added to the Act and the law must be gender-neutral so that women can’t falsely accuse their husbands. They feel domestic violence against men is not recognised by the law and the general perception being that men cannot be victims helps women get away scot-free.

A report of HelpAge India says most elderly couples are tortured by abusive daughters-in-law. Take the case of Sangeeta Jain of Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh, who was seen beating her mother-in-law on camera. Her husband knew she misbehaved with his mother but could not prove it. So, he installed a CCTV camera to catch her red-handed. In this case, in spite of knowing there is a dispute among husband and wife, the wife was granted, “right to residence” under the Domestic Violence Act. This made the old woman vulnerable in the hands of her daughter-in-law.

“These incidents are not rare. In today’s world, one can get three-year imprisonment for cruelty against animals. Men are treated worse than animals. And there is no law to protect them,” says SIFF president Rajesh Vakharia.
http://www.financialexpress.com/fe-columnist/heres-why-getting-rid-of-adult-male-from-domestic-violence-law-is-a-must-to-put-women-in-line-of-fire/417322/

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