The Times Of India: Marriage Bill Is Anti-Men

This News Item Appeared In The Allahabad Edition Of The Times Of India On December 19, 2013.

This News Item Appeared In The Allahabad Edition Of The Times Of India On December 19, 2013.

It’s a matter of great satisfaction that prominent publications related with mainstream media have begun to embrace issues related with men in a fair way. The various bodies working for the cause of men across the nation have decided to ferociously protest against the recent amendments made in Hindu Marriage Laws which are not only anti-male but also do not augur well for the cause of society. I  must appreciate The Times of India and its correspondents some of them whom I know personally quite well  for  being sympathetic towards issues sensitive in nature. The complicated issues cannot be dealt with in a proper way unless we know both the sides of story and this type of fair reporting allows us to be more informed about aspects which remain neglected owing to lack of dissemination.  Right now  some of the well known Men’s associations based in Bangalore, Pune,  Nagpur and elsewhere are working hard to create awareness regarding misuse of laws, which they call legal terrorism. The activists right now are engaged in having dialogue with Members of Parliament with a hope to apprise them of with concerns of Men’s Associations. I am sure the day is not far when gender-neutral laws would get introduced to provide a better shape to Indian society now on the verge of disarray due to blatant misuse of power by the feminists, enjoying support of negative powers operating within the nation and in foreign lands. 


14 responses

  1. This news item received tremendous response on the part of readers..I am mentioning names of some of the readers who registered their presence on it:

    Manoj Joshi, BJP leader, Udaipur, Rajasthan; Udai Singh Deora, Udaipur, Rajasthan; Suresh Ram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu; Manish Tripathi, BSNL, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh; Gautam Kapoor; Mra Joyanto, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh; Anirudh, Mumbai; Siddarth Mehta, Pune, Maharashtra; Amit Kumar Sharma, Mumbai; Mohammed Shahab, Ernakulam, Kerala; Vinayak Amkrishna; Sumit Arora, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh; Masculist Virag, Save Indian Family Foundation, Bangalore, Karnataka; Prakash Thakre, Save Indian Family Foundation, Nagpur, Maharashtra; Ketan Gandhi; Mayank Mishra, Varanasi; Rohit Sharma, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh; Yogesh Pandey, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh; Tony James, Rana Krantidarshi, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh; Vivek Deveshwar, Indian Institute of Technology; Masculinist Kailash, Pune, Maharahstra; Nikhil Garg, Noida, Uttar Pradesh; Chandrodaya Shakya; Men’s Righta, Bangalore, Karnataka; Manish Shah, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh; Shamsher Yadav, Advocate, Uttar Pradesh; Mra Jyoti, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh; Lohith Gowda, Bangalore, Karnataka; Kripa Shankar Pandey, Mumbai, Maharashtra; Ankur Bansod, Gondia, Maharashtra; Kaushik Das, West Bengal; Nageshwar Pandey, Maharajganj, Uttar Pradesh; Amar Raj Bharadwaj; Ramesh Ram; Arun Prakash Srivastava, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh; Achal Gulati, New Delhi; Ravi Hooda, Canada; Ian Shalapata, Windsor, Canada; Rekah Pandey, Mumbai; Chandrapal S. Bhasker, United Kingodm; Dr. Ponnappa, Surgeon, Chennai, Tamil Nadu; Atul Raj, Intern at Bokaro Steel Plant (SAIL), Bokaro, Jharkhand; Rishi Daftary, Singapore; Dr. Ashok Gupta, Pediatrician, Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh; Rajesh Vakharia, President, Save Indian Family Foundation, Nagpur, Maharashtra; Vinay Vishwakarma, Advocate, Allahabad High Court, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh; Mhra Leander Pallat, Bangalore, Karnataka; Arnab Chakrabarti, Mumbai; Nikhil Garg, Noida, Uttar Pradesh; Mra Guri, Kathmandu, Nepal; Nandita Jha, Law Student, New Delhi; Davinderpal Singh, 2nd Engineer at Kenya Marine Contractors (EZP), Mombasa, Kenya; Vikas Madan, Jalandhar, Punjab; Alok Agarwal; Jitendra Rajak; Varun Verma, Chennai, Tamil Nadu; Viisshnu Vardhan, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh; Manjoy Laxmi, Nagpur, Maharashtra; Mukesh Tiwary, Patna, Bihar; Niketan Magadh; Pankaj Bhoola, Surat, Gujarat; Tony James, Bangalore, Karnataka; Keshav Aghnihotri, Advocate; Thomas Erickson,Portland, Oregon, USA; Gautam Kapoor; Anup K Chakravarty; Sahilendra Saksena, Uttar Pradesh; Chuarsia Hemant, Ghaziabad, Utttar Pradesh; Mohammed Asif Ali; Debabrata Roy, Calcutta, Weest Bengal; Ramesh Pandey, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh; Deepak Dhabhai; Radiodost, Ranchi, Jharkhand; Jade Davis, Manhattan, New York, USA; Prudhwy Kudipudi; Ashok Lal, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh; Vikas Chhillar;Sbeedu Kottam; Kush Pathak, Bangalore, Karnataka; Manoj Bansal, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh; Mohammed Asif Ali; Pankaj Mhaske, USA; Dhritiman Deka, Guwahati, Assam; Surjit Singh Mood Maan, Amritsar,Punjab; Kunal Sinha, Milwaukee, WI, United States; Sangita Sharma; Sucheta Singhal, USA; Shiv Dewangan, Hong Kong; Mra Chetan Antifeminist; Rahul Jain, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh; Raj Jadhav, Mumbai; Rajat Tehan, Hoshiarpur, Punjab; Abhinish Kale; Rahul Chellani; Aniruddh, Mumbai; Himanshu B.Pandey, Siwan, Bihar; Partha Sadhukan; Prassoon Suryadas, USA, and Sundeep Singapuri,Mumbai;

  2. Achal Gulati, New Delhi, said:

    SANJAY DUTT out on parole today for next 30 days…..will Njoy new year with his kids n wife……..60 days leave granted to him in last 5 months as he is a brother of congress MP from mumbai and a very influential film star…….thousands n thousands of prisoners and undertrials are waitin for their turn for PAROLE but they dont get to see their kids in 4-5 years……..only influential people like SANJAY DUTT , MANU SHARMA a murderer get this kind of treatment from judiciary which is extremely cunning ,shrewd and BHRASHT CORRUPT..


    Author’s Response:

    That lessens common man’s faith in judiciary….

  3. Mukesh Tiwary, Patna, Bihar, said:

    MPs won’t do anything for them men are not vote banks but women are….


    Author’s Response:

    I am aware of this bare truth..However, since I am still naive enough to believe that right steps bring right results I think there is no harm in having a dialogue with them. After that we can give way to lesser heard tactics!!!

  4. Niketan Magadh said:

    Arvind Bhai… abhi to ye sirf ek vichar hai… ise mudda hone mein samay lagega…


    Author’s Response:

    Whatever it is, I am playing my part as per my abilities…

  5. Sucheta Singhal, USA, said:

    Husband cannot oppose wife’s petition ?!!! …
    And wife can ALWAYS site Grave financial hardship !!!
    Now that’s some case .. as there is no case. It is all pre decided.

    With more n more women making their own money … ‘Grave fin. Hardship’ cannot ALWAYS hold.


    Author’s Response:

    That’s the point…Ironically, the citizens have come to grasp the flaws so well but ones who framed this law did not have the brains to notice it…It’s amazing since before a law is drafted it meets the eyes of so many experts..And how conveniently they came to draft this law.. Rajya Sabha has even came to pass it!! That’s travesty of intelligence….

  6. Shiva Kumar said:

    Kapil Sibal infact dared the men’s rights activists to approach courts if they want any changes to marriage amendement bill. Thats the audacity of Kapil Sibal and Congress gang……


    Author’s Response:

    Almost everyone is aware of true character of leaders of this party…They only know the art of sycophancy..Other than that they simply have no brainwaves to understand the implications of their actions….Yes, I am sure, such laws would not stand in Supreme Court if scrutinized well there…

  7. Upender Dhull, Kurukshetra, Haryana, said:

    A poor law is a result of poor minds. Who says Sibbal is a good lawyer? He is more of l**r than a legal expert lawyer. Claiming falsely in parliament that both husband and wife have got equal rights to get divorce based on IRBM cause in a dragging relationship and look at our MPs , nobody cared to read the real draft before passing it in Rajya sabha. Its shows how seriously they take all these bills passed in parliament. I hope they will not act similarly in Loksabha otherwise disaster is just waiting to happen….


    Author’s response:

    Let’s hope better sense prevails…But going by the past record chances are bleak…

  8. Upender Dhull, Kurukshetra, Haryana, said:

    But I don’t think another Lok Sabha session will be there in present govt.(although its just sine die rt now) except finance session , so we can at least hope it wont be passed in present regime…..


    Author’s Response:

    That will be then divine intervention 😛

  9. Partha Sadhukhan said:

    Sir all the best…keep it up….


    Author’s Response:

    Rest assured, I will keep doing the good work….Although I lack infrastructure but I would keep adding new dimensions in the cause of men as long as my health, my will power and determination permit.

  10. Kamal Chowdhary, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, said:

    Indian law is highly gender biased in favour of women and gives all civil rights to women in marriage….

    Author’s Response:

    Relax…This would change in future…It has to change to honour equity….

  11. Thomas Erickson, Portland, Oregon, USA, said:

    WTF is wrong with the WORLD?! Why is it women and men are looking for total control over the other?



    I just can not even see just HOW they are passing this shit! I mean if THEY know this is happening then what the fuck! I bet that country is run by a WOMEN!


    Author’s Response:

    Brains devoid of intellect are making laws :P…. “I bet that country is run by a WOMEN”…You got it so right :P….Sonia Gandhi is the head of the alliance which runs the nation!…….

    Well, likes of us believe in fighting till end…And we are just doing that…We are trying hard to create better days as much as possible.

  12. Jennie Berkeley, Windsor, Ontario, said:

    India is one of the most misogynistic countries in the world…..


    Author’s Response:

    Sound so true! Probably, that’s why India produced great women at regular intervals who ruled over the psyche of this nation. I have no problem if you remained trapped in time warp in league with lies and half-truths sponsored by feminists and biased International bodies.

    Just for sake of your information the same misogynistic society of ours have always produced great women at regular intervals since time memorial. We had leaders like Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Sucheta Kriplani, Mahadevi Verma, Vijay Laxhmi Pandit and Sarojini Naidu, to name a few in recent past. If we move backwards a little more we would find Queens like Rani Laxhmibai and Rani Padmini who set unparalleled example of bravery in world history. They were by-product of regressive Indian society!!

    If we have a look at the current era we had Pratibha Patil as President. The current alliance which rules the country is headed by Sonia Gandhi. The current speaker of Lok Sabha ( Parliament) is Meira Kumar. The leader of main Opposition Party in India in Lok Sabha ( Parliament) is Sushma Swaraj. Mayawati became Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, one of the most influential states of India, number of times. Besides that we have many lady officials serving important posts in India including judges of highest court of India (Gyan Sudha Mishra, Judge, Supreme Court)

    That’s all have taken place in one of the most misogynistic countries of the world.. .Retain your mindset…Time changes but not the mindset…Parroting lies spread by biased International bodies is favorite pastiime in West..I have no problem with that since I have better facts…

  13. Dr. Kaushik Das, West Bengal, said:

    Go ahead ! this is needed for graceful ageing also….

    Author’s Comment:

    Yes, it’s also aimed at better future as for all the people in society…

  14. Author’s words for Masculist Virag, Save Indian Family Foundation, Bangalore:

    I feel glad that I came to introduce the concept of men’s rights within the premises of Allahabad High Court- a place which matters the most…I am sure I will add more dimensions in coming years despite being chased by lack of resources…

    Author’s words for Prakash Thakre, Save Indian Family Foundation, Nagpu, Maharashtra:

    Finally, I brought the rights of males inside the corridors of court!!

    Author’s words for Rohit Sharma, Dhar, Madhya Pradesh;

    Glad that I am part of this movement…Feel extremely satisfied some substantial contributions from my side became part of it…Much still needs to be done..

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