PMO Official Accused Of Domestic Violence By Wife

I am overjoyed. I hope that this is a case of the abuse of the law. This will bring home to the babus, the reality we all face.

You can read about this bio data here: http://persmin.nic.in/ersheet/MultipleERS.asp?HiddenStr=01JK008600

Here is the link to the article from The Hindu.

If the link is not functioning, here is the pdf: PMO Official Accused Of Domestic Violence By Wife

Shaleen Kabra, an IAS officer, got out easily. Click here to read the conclusion of this story.

Here is a pdf of the same

Here are the judgments. The case went to the Delhi HC which upheld this verdict:

Shaleen Kabra DV Act Judgment:

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9 Responses to “PMO Official Accused Of Domestic Violence By Wife”


  1. 1 mo March 23, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    I have experienced prejudice by the law. It seems as though every time there’s an issue the finger is pointed at the man. It happened to me. As men we don’t think to tell the police that we have been hit or beaten. I guess we feel it will go away no big deal. Men can fight and be friends again. No Grudges kept. Women on the other hand seem to use the law as leverage to get what they want. To prove a point. The point that they can hit you! You, being a man, don’t bruise easily. The police will see the bruise on me too and you’ll be the aggressor. It’s my word against yours and I’m a girl so you have to be the agressor. What’s more is that men don’t want to see their wife go to jail. To explain to children that their mother did wrong. Your partner hits you six times in the face, you try to walk away. You don’t think to call the police you might try to restrain her or shove her away. She might get bumped into something and a bruise may result and you are suddenly facing an assult charge or domestic violence. But what about the initiating six blows to the face. Was she not the aggressor. Shouldn’t she be arrested? Not in my case. Instead I get arrested and played with by my wife. Her way of telling me its the way I say you’ll go to jail and I won’t show up in court. They’ll let you out. But just know that the law is on my side and I can pick a fight with you and win. I’m in control. I’m sure men can relate to this. Our women are aggressive and the law is prejudiced on the issue. Ijust think the law protects women and the are abusing it. I think the same for paternity and abortion but that’s a differnt topic.

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  2. 2 Shivesh Kabra August 7, 2008 at 1:30 am

    Dear friends, I am a cousin of Shaleen Kabra. I did not wish to intervene in this discussion, which is a bad name to my family. But, personally I feel that there has been gross injustice with my bhabhi. Nothing else to say.

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      HERE,I WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE JUDICIARY SYSTEM,IS THIS JUSTICE? I AM STRUGGLING FROM D PAST TWO YEARS TO GET MY BROTHER BUT I AM NOT…WE BOTH HAVE TOLD D COURT ‘BOUT EVERY SINGLE THING BUT NOTHING HAS HAPPENED TILL NOW…..
      NO ONE IS LISTENING TO US…
      NO ONE HAS ANY IDEA OF HOW WE ARE TREATED AT MY MOTHER’S PLACE…PLEASE I BEG THE JUDICIARY TO DO SOMETHING
      AND BRING BACK MY BROTHER TO ME…I CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT HIM…WHENEVER HE COMES TO LIVE WITH US FOR FOUR OR FIVE DAYS HE IS ALL D TIME ASKING ME,”BHAIYA WHEN DO I HAVE TO GO BACK, ABHI KITNE DIN BACHE HAI”, NOW, YOU ONLY TELL ME WHAT SHOULD I REPLY,PLEASE DON’T SEPARATE US,FOR GODSAKE DON’T FINISH OUR CHILDHOOD BECAUSE IT ONLY COMES ONCE IN A LIFETIME…… I REALLY MISS MY BROTHER A LOT….PLEASE HELP ME………

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