All you need to know about Domestic Violence
By Arti Mishra
The in-laws used to force me for too much household work that nails of my hands fell down, the husband grabbed the hair of my head in the greed of money, just because I was a girl, so my family threw me down from the moving train.
These are some examples of atrocities on female castes in society, which we keep on reading from day-to-day television channels to newspapers.
For some days these stories of women remain in the discussion and then you also forget and we too. The Domestic Violence Act has been made against all these, but due to lack of information, the victims could not take advantage of them.
What is the Domestic Violence Act?
The Domestic Violence Act was created in 2005 and it was implemented on October 26, 2006. This act is governed by female child development. Eight conservation officers have been appointed as per the zones by the women's child development in the city. Those who listen to complaints of women suffering from domestic violence and after the completion of the investigation, the matter is sent to the court.
For women who are suffering from any kind of violence within the family. It includes types of abuse, any kind of restraining and assault, etc.
Under this Act, every form of women is included in every form of mother, sister-in-law, sister, wife and women and episodes related to adolescent girls. A woman tortured under the Domestic Violence Act can prosecute any adult male, that is, the case can be registered against him.
Under Domestic Violence act
- If any wife, sister, mother, sister-in-law, daughter etc. are in the domestic relationship and are living under the same house then they can complain under the DV Act.
- Under the DV Act, the woman can also approach the court which is living in a live relationship.
- This law, made in 2005, is implemented with retrospective effect i.e., it is also effective in the case of domestic violence before 2005.
- Domestic violence means any kind of violence or abuse with the woman. If the woman has been assaulted or has been mentally tortured, she will be covered under the DV Act.
- Mental harassment with a woman means to taunt or to seduce or to engage in emotional trauma in another way.
- Apart from this, economic harassment is also covered in this case. That is to take any woman's expenditure or take her salary etc. or to take her documents related to her job etc., is also to torture.
- Advocate Ajay Digpal explains that in all these cases, whether a woman is a wife or a daughter or a mother, she can raise voice for it and can resort to domestic violence law.
- If a woman is being tortured, she is being expelled from the house or being financially disturbed, she can complain under the DV Act.
- Under the Section-12 of DV Act, the woman can complain in the court of Metropolitan Magistrate. During the hearing on the complaint, the court demands a report from the Protection Officer.
- Where women live or where they have been subjected to domestic violence or where a defendant is residing, they can be taught.
- The Protection Officer introduces the incident report to the court and after seeing that report the court issues summons to the defendant.
- After hearing the defendant's side, the court passes his order. During this time the court can order the woman to be kept in her domestic house. Can ask for the expense or order it to give protection.
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