A strange case has come up from Uttar Pradesh. Where a wife lodged a complaint against her husband at the police station. Because her husband did not buy her a bracelet. In fact women are currently preparing for Karva Choth and a woman from Chandauli district of UP was also preparing for Karva Choth. The woman also bought new clothes for herself. The woman wanted her to wear a matching bracelet with her clothes, but her husband refused to buy a matching bracelet. The woman then lodged a complaint against her husband at the police station.
The woman has lodged a complaint and demanded strict action against her husband. At the same time, the police are stunned to hear the woman’s complaint. According to the police, there have been several such cases under Mission Shakti. Where women are complaining about their husbands.
A woman living in a settlement near Manjwar railway station was angry with her husband’s behavior. After which she reached the police station. She alleged that the husband did not provide matching bracelets and jewelery for makeup for Karva Choth, so she wanted to file a case. At first, the police were shocked to hear the woman. The police then somehow explained to this woman.
Complaint about gas stove: The case with the gas stove has also come to the fore. A woman has lodged a complaint with the police about her husband, according to police. The woman alleges that her husband does not allow her to cook on the gas. According to the woman, her husband forces her to cook on a clay stove instead of a gas stove. Fed up with her husband’s demand, the woman lodged a complaint with the police. According to the woman, her husband’s attitude is not good and there is a gas cylinder in the house but he does not allow her to use it.
Constables Sunidhi Singh, Kusum and Mansingh, who were posted at the help desk, gave information about the two cases and said that both the women were believed to have been sent back. The husbands of these women have also been persuaded that they should run their house well. According to women police personnel, these cases are coming under mission power. Most are family disputes and land related matters.
According to police, 13 such cases have been registered at the Sadar Kotwali women’s help desk so far. In which the police have disposed of most of the cases. However, all these cases are being recorded in the computer and a database has been prepared and sent to higher authorities.
Significantly, Mission Shakti has been launched in UP these days. Under which women are being helped. However, many women are going to the police station with minor disputes.