Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
Yes, there are some increasing instances in homes and even in some public places, and offices, where women are taking the law into their own hands and are demanding that men should be taught a lesson or two, for whatever reason. In many cases, they do over-react.
Yet, to get all these instances into something so solid as a Mens Right Commission, at least in the near future, is unlikely to happen.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
It is true that the times are changing. Women are also getting criminal brained like men. Many of the speakers in these debates felt that the main culprits for this change in the behaviour of ladies are the TV serials. This only prompted me to write a thread on TV serials censoring.
However, the numbers are very less compared to the violent actions of men on women. But a person who is not a culprit he should not get punished in the guise of women protection law. This is the reason behing this proposal. I think still there is time for this.
The author has a right perspective to his submission & has come out with his basis very logically that whenever there is found to be injustice than it would be the common phenomenon to blame the man & at the same time the woman will always found to be innocent. No doubt but woman has always got the maximum favor in terms of benefit of doubt.