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We are a part of the Save Indian Family Foundation of India and the Rakshak (www.498a.org) of USA (for NRIs). This is a group which has been fighting against the misuse of the Draconian Pro Women (Anti-Men) laws constituted in India. We do not only fight against the misuse of IPC Sections like 498a(anti dowry harrassment) or the DV Avt (Domestic Violence Act), but we also are seeking to change the implementation methodology of these laws.

I an an Member of Pune SIFF has successfully executed mass awareness campaigns like Dharnas and Rallies to make more and more victims of the misuse of the stated laws by their wives and in laws, to come out in the open and raise voice against the cruelties suffered by them at the hands of their wives.

More and More senior citizens are put behimd bars on the mere complain of a daughter-in-law, without proper investigations.

498a and DV have clearly become the tools for extortion and mental cruelty, by the educated urban woman.

We need to stop this misuse and make ammendments in the implementation of these laws. We need to save the lives and careers of the thousands of innocent husbands and their families who have either become victims or are about to.

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