Petition to Rajya Sabha for Section 498A IPC

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    • #584
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      In this Thread we are covering Petition to Rajya Sabha for Section 498A IPC.

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    • #3265
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      We already suggested some here almost 5 years back.

      here http://mynation.net/proposal.htm

    • #3266
      Anonymous
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      Most of the women to Blackmail , harass and get maitenance and Divorce file 498A.

      so.

      1)till 498a decided no intrim/maintenance/

      2)Before Divorce all pending cases to be completed.

    • #3267
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      24. FIR of 498A, Should not be reason for Divorce/Maintenance or Custody

      is not correct. It will be big harrassment for husband as he will be forced live

      with his tormentor. FIR should be reason enough for divorce. And if the reason

      for FIR is frivolous divorce should be without maintenance.

      Also we need to add that

      judgement (even for Anticipatory bail) should contain the list of evidences

      submitted by both the parties to support their claims. Many times judges simply

      ignore the profound evidences submitted by the husband and base the

      order/judgement on vague statements/evidences submitted by the so called wife

      side.

      In my case s/he actually accepted before judge in front of everybody that s/he

      had not undergone a (crucial) medical test recommended by lady gynaecologist. It

      was shocking in addition to so many other instances. Medical report consisting

      of two lines didnot even had panel doctors signature. Till date we do not have

      individual medical test details.

      Even during the medical examination few doctors who were known to (transgender)

      wife’s side shouted on gynaecologist and warned her dire consequences.

    • #3268
      Anonymous
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      Most of the time women apply for divorce just on FIR of 498a or DV not man,

      Clause 24. FIR of 498A, Should not be reason for Divorce/Maintenance or Custody – for women, not for accused.

    • #3269
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      updated with some more points. http://mynation.net/proposal.htm

    • #3270
      Anonymous
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      Whenever a criminal charge is pressed against husband and additionally wife files for divorce based on FIR, it only means (without any abiguity whatsoever) relationship has ended atleast from wife’s side. There is no point in continuing with the relationship.

      In such a situation law (and husband) should any way allow divorce. But additionally husband should be granted anticipatory bail to fight the 498a case. And if there is no evidence of physical injury caused to her, husband must be cleared off all the charges.

    • #3271
      Anonymous
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      I have also observed many cases, in which wife in the name of willingness to continue with the marriage invokes sympathy clause of law on the part of judges (who is never bothered (or rather law exempts them to judiciary context free) to know the reality (even if it is broadcasted by media)) (sometimes it is even deliberate). This way 498a takes form of even more deadlier weapon of extracting money as well as inflicting as much injury to the husband and his parents. Particularly when wife family have been traditonally rowdies and husband have only been sincere citizen who have never paid attention to darker side of human activity and his parent mere retired service men as clerk etc.

    • #3272
      Anonymous
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      What I understand the last point

      28.Police / IO / Judges ignore any Evidence given by Accused, to be penalised as per Law or subjected to disciplinary Action

      we can add that

      judgement statement (even for Anticipatory bail) should contain the list of evidences submitted by both the parties. Actually judgement/order statement should be in a particular format.

    • #3273
      Anonymous
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      We cannt dictate what will be the format; but we can say both side evidence should be taken into account and judgment should deliver accordingly; and if ignored judge should be penalised as per law.

    • #3274
      Anonymous
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      This is the basic flaw with our law. Why should judge need this liberty not stating the list of evidences submitted by both parties in the judgement/order statement. This liberty allows so much of corruption to thrive. There is joint nexus between judges advocates and criminals. It is the criminals who are the source of constant income (including via references) not the innocent people.

    • #3275
      Anonymous
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      We can probably take care of the evidences. As far as I know petition (enlisting evidences) in the courts are public documents. We can get them from various courts and build a repository of evidences and corresponding judgements/orders. This will be mammoth task as it may happen court people may not co-operate.

    • #3276
      Anonymous
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      no wonder coz most of our laws just copied from British, which they drafted 200 years ago. and so far not a single person born to draft laws for india, nor india copied good laws from Britsh. [ http://mynation.net/mhact.htm read this british law.

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