Government Policies Against Dowry
We are a Women Welfare Voluntary Organisation in Delhi started back in 2005. There are number of Dowry Cases mainly in metropolitan cities which are not been reported due to fear of society or less knowledge of the correct path of reporting the matter.
We help totaly free of cost by providing free consultancy first to solve the matter in between themselves and restore their respective marriage vows and if the case is beyond consultation than assisting with right legal path to proceed through various Government Departments.
Trying our best to guide the right path to newly weds.
Anti Dowry Act
No to Dowry
Women Welfare Organisations in Delhi
The city of Delhi witnesses at least 10 dowry cases being registered every day. However, in the last four years there has not been a single conviction in any dowry case registered from across the city. A senior police officer, wishing not to be named, said in 90-95% cases, couples compromise. “Collecting evidence is difficult because the[...]
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court said it was not cruelty punishable under the dreaded Section 498A of IPC if no one at the matrimonial home, including the husband, spoke to a bride for days. In her complaint under Section 498A to the police, a woman alleged that after her marriage, she stayed with her husband[...]
Vancouver, Sep 9 (IANS) The Supreme Court of Canada has paved the way for extradition of Jassi Sidhu’s mother and uncle to India in a June 2000 honour-killing case in Punjab. On Friday, in an unanimous judgment by a nine-judge bench of the apex court the siblings were ordered to be deported for their involvement[...]
NEW DELHI: The Centre has proposed district-level committees to streamline issues related to maintenance awarded to women in order to resolve procedural difficulties in accessing money awarded to them by courts in cases of divorce or domestic violence. The central ministries of women and child development, home affairs and law & justice are involved in[...]
On Saturday, Jasmeet Singh sounded helpless as he recounted the horror of harassment his sister, Parvinder Kaur, went through until she was set on fire by her husband and in-laws burnt on Friday night. “Their demands were never ending. Yet, we had been fulfilling all of them ever since she married to him in 2012.[...]
NEW DELHI: A 28-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan over dowry harassment by her husband and in-laws in Balbir Nagar Extension in New Delhi, the police said on Tuesday. Deepensha’s in-laws yesterday informed her father Rakesh Sharma that she had locked herself inside her room and was not opening[...]
NEW DELHI: The Delhi high court has come to the rescue of a man who had to face a criminal case in which his wife had falsely accused him of dowry harassment, complained of adultery to his superiors and finally stopped living with him from March 4, 2006. However, she refused to allow him a divorce.[...]