Indira Jaising Moans On The First Anniversary Of The “Clumsily Drafted” DV Act

Matrimonial home is  not just a building made of bricks and walls. It is a home/place comprising of sweetness of relations of family members and elders, full of blessing.

-Justice Shiv Narain Dhingra

In contrast to what the noble Justice Dhingra has written, please read the drivel dished out by the leading Indian Feminazi, Indira Jaising. Here is the link to the IE article titled Family Against Woman. I believe it should have been titled Woman Against Family:

Here is the report she published on the first anniversary of the DV Act called “Staying Alive”. This report was paid for by UNIFEM and it is full of bullshit. This is the report that establishes the link between her and the IGP called S Umapathi, who has allegedly been selling Interpol Red Corner notices against NRI techies from AP.

An excerpt: “This provision suffered a major setback at the hands of the judiciary. The Supreme Court, even before the ink on the Act was dry, declared in a judgment that a woman could claim this right only in relation to a household owned/ rented by her husband. This means that even if her husband lives with his parents and she has her matrimonial residence there, she cannot claim right to residence there. The judgment not only overlooks the law itself, it also overlooks the existing social reality of the joint family, which continues to be the predominant pattern.”

Here is the excerpt from the SC judgment, Batra Vs Batra, 2007.

Below is what the judges of the Supreme Court had to say about this badly drafted law, and this is what Indira Jaising is moaning.

“20. If the aforesaid submission is accepted, then it will mean that wherever the husband and wife lived together in the past that property becomes a shared household. It is quite possible that the husband and wife may have lived together in dozens of places e.g. with the husband’s father, husband’s paternal grand parents, his maternal parents, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces etc. If the interpretation canvassed by the learned Counsel for the respondent is accepted, all these houses of the husband’s relatives will be shared households and the wife can well insist in living in the all these houses of her husband’s relatives merely because she had stayed with her husband for some time in those houses in the past.

Such a view would lead to chaos and would be absurd.. It is well settled that any interpretation which leads to absurdity should not be accepted.


23. No doubt, the definition of ‘shared household’ in Section 2(s) of the Act is not very happily worded, and appears to be the result of clumsy drafting, but we have to give it an interpretation which is sensible and which does not lead to chaos in society.”

The strategy of Indian feminazis has been to attack, and encourage attacks, on the judiciary whenever they faced a set back. The ongoing attacks on Justice Shiv Narayan Dhingra are prime examples of this strategy in action.

Here is a classic from the idiocy called the PWDVA, 2005.

17. Right to reside in a shared household.-

(1) Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, every woman in a domestic relationship shall have the right to reside in the shared household, whether or not she has any right, title or beneficial interest in the same.

Hello !! This is a carte blanche to legally occupy the home of anyone unfortunate enough to have had a “domestic relationship” with a woman in India. A woman who has been in a domestic relationship, now has more power than the PM or the CM to strip a person of his right to own his own property. It is no wonder that the SC called it a clumsily drafted law.


12 Responses to “Indira Jaising Moans On The First Anniversary Of The “Clumsily Drafted” DV Act”

  1. 1 Feminazisofindia November 3, 2007 at 2:23 am

    Instead of accepting her share of responsibility for the “very very poorly drafted” DV Act, she is desparately trying to intimidate and discredit the judiciary, who are upholding the principles of justice in the face of malicious propaganda by the feminists.
    Thanks for exposing the truth about Indira Jaising.


  2. 2 Swarup Sarakr January 17, 2009 at 4:43 am

    “Family against Women or 21st century Women against family?”
    Last few Months all Indian Media (NDTV/CNN-IBN/IBN7/ZEE/India TV) started to justify that “Divorce is not a dirty word today”, as in Delhi itself more than 9000 Divorce cases filed and more than 55% filed by Women only.

    Seems it was a dirty word till the time Men filed more Divorce cases, long back, but as now a days it is the women who are filling the Divorce cases more than man, so it should not be treated as “Dirty Word”.

    But, they never disclose that, in each and every Divorce cases, it is the Husband who had been treated as a “Free ATM Machine” in front of Judge/Police/Media and more than 98% cases it is the wife’s family demanded or taken huge money from the husbands family, let the marriage lasted for 15 days or 15 years.

    Wherever the husband refused to be treated as free ATM machine, by our great LAW like DV act and 498A, they termed as Criminal and open Legal terrorism start. In some cases the wife stay in USA/Dubai and send their Domestic Violence Complain through mail/post, whose Husbands are living in India and our Judges happily taken the same as acceptance, as any one can file the domestic violence against husband’s family on behalf of a women, and immediately pass the interim order, that he should not go to media to say the truth, ask to deposited the Passport, interim maintenance in the range of 10K, 15k let her stay at USA or Dubai, it does not matter.

    The harassment does not end here, he have fight now three maintenance case for the same purpose along with DV act, section24, section125 (some time in three different state) and our Judges happily pass the judgments as per their view, without considering that it is the wastage of valuable time of Judiciary, for a same purpose three different case filed, where as millions of cases are awaiting for getting justice.


  3. 3 A September 13, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Im sorry , Your article is very poorly worded and I doubt that you would have made any provisions otherwise . Yes, the act is likely to be abused but I know this is what is protecting my mother .


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  5. 5 abhishek July 14, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    no news channel have ever taken the intittaive to have discussion on this suject why ?


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