1. Working less than men, on average
2. Enjoying federally granted alimony and maintenance rights
3. Flourishing in an environment where allegations are their weapons
4. Being gift wrapped child support for their philandering ways.
Now that’s more appropriate and closer to truth https://t.co/PGDjVg1l26
— Virag Dhulia (@ManOfTales) March 1, 2018
My debut novel – “Chess without a Queen” is available online for sale in both print and e-book format. Below are the links for the same.
A Short film on the theme of how men and boys are treated as unpaid drivers
19th July 2005 – The Honorable Supreme Court of India passed a landmark judgement in which it said that “Misuse of Section 498A against men and their families unleashes a new form of Legal Terrorism against them”.
Not only did the Supreme Court acknowledge that the dowry law was being used to trap innocent men with false cases, a new coin was also termed for the same. And after that, various bloggers writing on men’s issues filed the internet with the phrase “Legal Terrorism”.
Today, 19th July 2017, 12 years hence, yet even in Section 498A, much hasn’t changed in India for men, let alone any other issues faced by men.