Pragati Bhargav 11 May 2020
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 12 May 2020
Some delicate matters should be handled by those affected persons in a sensible manner and interfering by outsiders may complicate the issue. It appears that the member is having good knowledge of acts. For any retaliation, there are only two options. Fight or Flight. If you have enough resources compared with your father, contact a women voluntary organization and fight it out. A politician is more vulnerable to this kind of adverse publicity, as he has fears that opposition may take the upper hand, as every politician may be having more enemies than friends in that field. The flight is escaping from such torture, by separating from those persons that perpetrate such harassment and to stand on their own legs financially and if there is support from relatives and friends. The option is yours.
Kishor Mehta (CEO) 12 May 2020
Shreya Saxena (Student at Faculty of Law Banasthali Vidyapith Rajasthan.) 12 May 2020
Also, You can ask your mother, to file a complaint under section 498A. the Hindu Marriage Act also provides cruelty as a ground for divorce under section 13 (1)(1a) if your mother is seeking a divorce. If the police have refused to file your complaint, you can also contact the superintendent of the police and take action against the concerned police officer as well. For this, you can also read https://www.lawyersclubindia.com/articles/3-steps-to-take-if-police-does-not-register-a-fir-on-your-complaint-9904.asp
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