What are the rights of a man in India?
These rights include freedom of speech, equality before the law, freedom of expression, freedom of Association and religion, peaceful assembly, as well as the Constitutional remedies right.
What are women’s rights in India?
The Constitution of India guarantees to all Indian women equality (Article 14), no discrimination by the State (Article 15(1)), equality of opportunity (Article 16), equal pay for equal work (Article 39(d)) and Article 42.
Irony of Above statement is women in India has all rights of a man including specially designed laws for her but man has nothing for him even law books says as rights of a man but its in law books only nothing in practical.
Need of Men’s rights arise when Men have no rights of anything compared to women, and rampat misuse of “pro-women” laws, supported by the biased Indian legal system. specially, the laws such as Section 498A, PWDVA(Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005), 307, 312, 354, 375, 376, 377 of the Indian Penal Code, etc., have often been misused to extort men. According to Men’s rights activists, most cases filed under these sections are false, filed false cases just to harass men, most cases endup in financial settlement or acquittals. MRA’s argued that these laws were biased against men and that they were being used to unfairly target, harass and punish innocent men.
The men’s rights movement in India is a diverse group with different goals and opinions. However, some common goals of the movement include:
Gender-neutral laws: The men’s rights movement in India believes that gender-neutral laws should be enacted to ensure equal rights and protection to men and women.
Protection against false accusations: Men’s rights activists in India argue that men are often falsely accused of crimes such as rape and domestic violence, and that the legal system should provide better safeguards against such false allegations.
Shared parenting rights: Men’s rights activists in India advocate for shared parenting rights, arguing that fathers should have equal rights to custody and visitation of their children after a divorce.
Protection against harassment and abuse: Men’s rights activists in India also believe that men should have legal protection against harassment and abuse, including at the workplace.
Awareness and education: The men’s rights movement in India also aims to raise awareness about men’s issues and promote education on gender-related topics, including gender roles, masculinity, and male mental health.