even if pakistan's situation is worse than india,it doesnt mean india is too good legally speaking.
dowry cases still abound,justice delivery speed is pathetically slow and maintenance given is meagre.
if it's few rupees alimony in pak,in india its 3000 rs. even for wives of NRIS(BASED ON MANY NEWSPAPER REPORS READ).for 3000 u can buy at the most a pair of spectacles...i am sure a sweeper in govt service gets more pay that this.
regarding irbm,any faulty person can say marriage is irrevertibly broken.an NRI deserts the wife purposely for many yrs,changes his addresses so that wife is unable to find out,stays with a k*** deliberately and says marriage is broken.
inlaws can deliberately harass for dowry and girl will be afraid of taking legal action as she knows that once she lands in court,inlaws+hubby will use IRBM,since mrrg is irrevertibly broken because gilrl filed cases.so girl will tolerate much more(like girls of india 50-100 yrs. back) if they want to save marriages.
irbm will lead to supression;not progress...irbm is the opposite of DV Act case...while dv act ensures matrimonial rights,irbm will be used against girl so that she doesnt demand marriage rights!
just wait and watch to see what IRBM does!one day feminists will themselves file PIL as irbm willbe misued by men who want to get rid of wives at the drop of a hat and vice versa