Public Response on Section 497 #AdulteryVerdict – What Is the Point of Getting Married?
Negative sentiments over Section 497 #AdulteryVerdict is flooded with only one major question. What is the point of getting married when its legal of having an external martial affair?
Some have to say Its a big hit on Indian Marriage system whereas few support the verdict because finally men & women are treated in equal terms.
Negative Responses Against Supreme Court #AdulteryVerdict in flooding on Twitter
1. Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Swati Maliwal totally disagrees with the SC justice on Adultery.
"यह महिलाओं के लिए कैसे अच्छा हो सकता है कि एक महिला का पति किसी दूसरे महिला से संबंध रखें और कानून इसकी सहमति भी दे रहा है यह तो महिला विरोधी कानून है।
— Amit Mishra (@Amitjanhit) September 27, 2018
2. Social activist Brinda Adige raised a concern how a woman is gonna file a case against he husband who might desert/ abandon/ leave her and just doesn’t have any responsibilities of their family.
3. And most importantly Public response, in one of their own words
“So previously if a woman had extramarital affairs with another man, the man would be punished.
So according to the Supreme court, for empowering woman this has been removed.
If you really wanted to empower the woman, you would have given both husband and wife equal rights in prosecuting the ones who committed adultery.
Now all you have done is destroyed the institution of marriage. What is the point of getting married now?”
#SupremeCourt verdict in India
Past : Making Homosexuality Legal #Section377
Present : Husband is not Master of Wife, #Adultery is not longer a crime #Section497
Future: #Nudity will be legalized soon#Section67
Culture of Indians will be Vanished soon#SupremeCourtJustice pic.twitter.com/13NAQqQk2q
— MODIfied Indian (@ModifiedTamilan) September 27, 2018
— Anand Gupta (@AnandGupta_) September 27, 2018
#SupremeCourt has redefined history. Path breaking judgments this year also#Sabarimala – Right of Women to enter Temple is allowed#Aadhaar– Aadhaar is not mandatory#Section377 – Gay sex allowed#Adultery – #Section497 void#MasjidVerdict – will help decide #RamMandir case
— Indian Legist (@indianlegist) September 28, 2018
Decriminalizing adultery is OK. BUT what happens when woman gives birth to child from extra marital affair but hides fact from husband, makes him pay for & raise her lover's child? Any punishment for such an unholy fraud? What if men demand compulsory DNA test for each birth?
— MadhuPurnima Kishwar (@madhukishwar) September 28, 2018