Letters against IrBM/Marriage Amendment bill can be sent to addresses below using speed post/registered post. No postcards to government, they may be discarded. For non-government, ordinary letters and postcards should be fine apart from speed/registered. Samples of letters are available here. After sending the letters, you can update the google spreadsheet with details: goo.gl/9tpqfB Contacts in government PM at PMO: Shri Narendra Modi JiHon’ble Prime Minister of IndiaPrime Minister’s Office,152, South Block,Raisina Hill,New Delhi-110011 १) श्री नरेंद्र मोदी जी,माननीय प्रधानमंत्री जी,प्रधानमंत्री कार्यालय,152, रायसीना हिल, साऊथ ब्लॉक,नई दिल्ली-110011 PM at Residence: Shri Narendra Modi JiHon’ble Prime Minister of India#7, Race …[Continue Reading]
Update 3-Mar-2015: There was some news that government may drop marriage amendment bill (which introduces Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage OR IrBM clause), but we cannot be too sure since there seems to be an inexplicable urge behind this bill, presumably to appease the international media that India is not just a women oppressive regime, or a rape and gang-rape country. It’s another matter that rape and other crime statistics are much higher in these developed countries who report the crimes in India. So it’s up to each individual to continue to send speed post/registered letters against this bill, else you …[Continue Reading]
According to latest news, the marriage amendment (2010) bill which was passed during UPA regime in 2013 in Rajya Sabha is now being resurrected and hurriedly being re-introduced in Winter session of Parliament starting on 24th Nov 2014. The bill allows wife to get divorce and also lay a claim on on dear husband’s property after merely staying separately for 3 years. http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/government-plans-bill-to-make-marriage-laws-women-friendly/articleshow/45165307.cms?intenttarget=no The bill in its various forms: originally proposed 2010 version, and the 2013 version passed by Rajya Sabha is available below: http://www.prsindia.org/billtrack/the-marriage-laws-amendment-bill-2010-1227 There is fundamental flaw in the bill that it brings in a no-fault divorce …[Continue Reading]
Men’s rights activists are protesting against IrBM (Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage) law proposed under Marriage Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2013 which will enable wives to get divorce and ALSO grab alimony and husband’s property, after 3 years of separation. It has been passed in Rajya Sabha already and is up for discussion in Lok Sabha on 7th Feb, 2014. Join protest below to stop IrBM.