Jansunwai is Uttar Pradesh State Government’s grievance redressal platform, which allows people to come and share their complaints with police.
In some such cases reported from Prayagraj, Men are approaching police, requesting for help, alleging harassment and domestic abuse from their wives.
A 43-year-old man from Phaphamau area of Prayagraj visited the local thana last week, sharing his ordeal at home. He expressed,
Sahib meri biwi mujhe marti hai. Aap bulakar samjha dijiye (Sir, my wife beats me up. Please call her for counselling).
Adding further, he said that his wife was allegedly having an extra-marital affair with a homeguard, who is a driver of Dial-112 vehicle. He informed the police,
She leaves home and returns after many days without informing me. She calls the police when I object to her behaviour and even beats me up and my old father.
The couple has three children.
ADG Zone Prem Prakash, who holds public hearings on a regular basis, told Hindustan Times,
Howsoever bizarre, we attend to each complaint rather seriously.
Taking immediate action on the emotional appeal of the man, the ADG immediately issued instructions to remove the homeguard from the dial-112 duty, besides instructing the local cops to take appropriate action and counsel the couple.
Another 45-year-old man who reached police station to narrate his problem said,
Sir meri wife ne mera ghar railway station bana diya, wo mujhe khilona samajhti hai. (Sir, my wife considers our house as a railway station and she treats me like a toy).
The victim said that his wife had implicated him and his kin in a false dowry case (Section 498-A IPC), while she was now living life in a carefree manner, caring a hoot about the family. The husband added,
We can’t say anything to her as she threatens us with police action.
Though moved by his plight, ADG zone advised the man to talk to his wife, and get her counselled at mediation centre.
- India has multiple one sided laws in favour of only and only the wives
- Husbands are left with no recourse, and are expected to suffer in silence, or face threats or actual false criminal cases by wives, in-laws
- There is no exit for Men whatsoever from abusive marriages and if they dare to file for divorce, wives file multiple other false cases as a rebound
- Most men also do not walk out from a violent marriage, even if their wives are having affairs, purely because they are fully aware of losing access or child custody
- In the name of women empowerment, India and its successive governments at the centre, have only failed Men
- As a result, as per NCRB report year on year, the number of married men who die by suicide is nearly twice than that of married women
- Media is equally responsible, who is today flooded with feminists – they project every story as if the woman is the only victim and man is the only perpetrator
- Even in such cases, here’s how Hindustan Times has reported the story. It reads:
Funny as it may sound, this and many more such bizarre complaints are being tackled by the cops on a regular basis at ‘jansunwai’…No wonder, apart from tackling regular complaints, the Prayagraj cops are compelled to play the role of ‘agony aunts’ these days.
- Its a pity, that one sided sob story of women, have endless takers from mainstream media, digital portals, YouTubers and society at large
- But plight of Men/Husbands is looked upon as a cruel joke, which only leaves the Male Gender to continue with such an inhuman life, or due to lack of being able to express themselves, they end up dying suicide or by heart attacks
Next time, as a reader, when you laugh at any man who shares harassment by his wife, do think about several families who have lost their sons/brothers due to a legally aided unjust system.
— Voice For Men India (@voiceformenind) June 27, 2022
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