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[Info] On legalising Live-InsViews: 141
Oct 10, 2008 11:29 am re: re: re: re: re: re: [Info] On legalising Live-Ins

Amit Karia
A true life experience.

I was at a Police station on some personal matters and was waiting for the Sr. inspector with whom I had an appointment. While waiting one sees all kinds of people come and go. One such incident was as under:-

A young lady walks in huffing and puffing in toe with a young working class male. She first speaks to the Constable and narrates the incident which I was able to listen onto. She was waiting on the bus stop and just as she was about to climb up her Chunni/Drape got entangled onto this mans Bag and it tore, she thought the man was deliberately trying to harrass her and brought him to the cops.

The Man was seriously apologetic, explained the design of his bag which had the shoulder strap with hooks, common in most shoulder bags and it was in the mileu of climbing the bus that the hooks must have got into the ladies drape which was a netted drape so the chances of this happening are even more.

The constable tried to explain to the lady that the man was innocent and she should not think too much about it and forget about the incidence and asked the man to apologise and even asked if he would pay her some money to which the poor man agreed but the lady would have no reasoning. She waited to speak to the sub-inspector about it.

What happened next is not shocking for me but might be shocking for most. The minute the lady narrated her side of the story, the sub-inspector, who was handling some other matter prior to this and had got frustrated, slapped this man without even hearing his side, I could see him hitting him 4 to five times only because the lady could see no reason.

Can you feel the humiliation of those slaps only because a woman is always made out to the be the victim in all circumstances and how a woman can use it to her advantage to make life miserable for the man? Where is the justice?

Pray you are not a male on the receiving side of such injustice. I am sure there are more stories of woman undergoing more severe injustice but the law should not be one sided and gender biased.

Pre-nuptial agreements should also be allowed to safe guard the mans rights - any comments?

Regards

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