Women's untouchability

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Women between the age 12 and 50 are barred from entering the temple at Sabarimala. The reason is that they may be menstruating and hence impure. The Supreme Court has asked a question whether it is not a violation of the woman's right. A woman during her monthly period is considered  impure and hence is isolated and asked to sit in a corner in most Hindu houses, especially among upper castes. Is it not a punishable offence under Section 498A and the DV Act?

 
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Bigamy is legal in some religions as per their custom law. Why so? Why this is not punishable u/s 494 IPC?

 

Why nobody (Including Supreme Court) question on this?

 

Please know that definition of cruelty is very clear u/s 498A.

 

Such cruelty is not at all punishable under this section.

 

I am against any custom un- scientific, blind believe. I believe only on science. Nothing else.

 

I am not against women but against the feminist, Corrupted, biased legal system.

 

If seems to me that our legal system believes on “Divide & Rule” theory during British age.

 

 
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