Award Winning Author Kailash Amesur Comes With His New Book On Domestic Violence
The new book Men on DV (Domestic Violence) by award winning author Kailash Amesur deals with the issue of domestic violence in a new light of legal perspectives, offering a fresh insight.
The book Men on DV (Domestic Violence) from the Author Kailash Amesur has already created a huge stir among the readers. Specially for the readers who are interested about the stories with legal contexts, this is the perfect option for them to indulge in the best experience.
There are over 49 sections as per Indian Law where in a case can be registered without investigation, and it takes years to get a verdict in the courtroom, by the time the man if innocent has already lost his dignity, family and career. The book takes the readers on a journey of hitherto untold truths behind the drama when such fake cases are filed, about how the Law which was made to safeguard all behaves like a jealous mistress.
Women protective laws were made to safeguard the women from age-old oppression, but these laws were made when women were mere house dwellers confined to the four walls of their homes and unable to voice their plights, but as times changed the modern woman of today has achieved equal if not a superior status with the men in their lives, their abilities and responses have also developed multifold.
But the law hasn’t imbibed this change in scenario where the hunted can also become the hunter, and this provides the perfect hotbed for a premeditated conspiracy to exact revenge on a spouse and also to render irrevocable damage to his survival and financial security, the author has given voice to the muted stories which never caught attention in the social dogma that domestic violence is all about women at the hands of men, there has to be a shift, Law has to be inclusive and it’s high time that we acknowledge the need to rethink and amend it accordingly so it wouldn’t be misused, or the very Law that protects shall become the noose around the necks of the unassuming Innocents.