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Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India

by Sambhali Trust
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Help women victims of Domestic Violence in India
Sep 19, 2016

SOS Project update

Here are various case stories from the last 3 months illustrating some of the women that call our HelpLine and the issues that affect them.

GD age 49, Nagore/ Kuchaman city 

“I was married at the age of 17 yrs. I did a nursing course and my husband obtained a BA but he did not work anywhere. I wanted to study further and get a job but he did not allow me to. I tried to talk with my parents but they also said that I had to follow what my in-laws were saying. They have also stopped me from everything. My husband is always suspicious with me and does not let me out of the house”.

 Sambhali took her husband and in-law telephone numbers so we could talk with them about G and explain to them that she should be given a chance to progress in life. We also registered a complaint in the nearby female police station. We tried to convince her husband. He explained that there is no need that she works, but we said it is not only about financial independence but about her personal growth as well. So he promised to support her.

 

 PP Age 21 yrs, Madhav harijan Basti

 P`s husband hit her many times and had thrown her out of their house. She registered a complaint at the police station but no action was taken. P’s husband and sister-in-law came to her mother`s place and started abusing her and tried to burn her with acid. Both mother and daughter rushed to nearest police station and registered complaint but they did not write the correct situation and no action was taken for 4-5 days. P came to Samhali and told us the whole matter. Our Sambhali staff went to the police station and requested to re-write the complaint with the exact details. Her husband was arrested in 2-3 days and we registered a case of domestic violence and that he tried to kill her. Court appointment and a mediator who counselled them made them agree to live together. The expenses were taken care by Sambhali.

 

R. Age 22 years, Bharatpur, Rajasthan

R contacted Sambhali through the Nirbhaya Helpline and told us that one stranger is making calls on her cell phone continuously for the last two – three days and is continuously using vague words for her. She warned that person to not to repeat such activity again but the other person was constantly calling and disturbing her. She called us to ask what steps she needed to take and she also suggested that we should return the call and warn the culprit that a police case will be filed against him.

When this case came to our knowledge, we instantly called that person and warned him that police proceedings can be initiated against him if he was found to commit this mistake again. We were then constantly in touch with R for the next two to three days and then R told us that they are not receiving such calls again.

  

J  Aged 35 years  Bhagat Ki Kothi, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

 We received a call from a woman about J who works as a maid in her house. Miss A. told us that J was displaced out of her own house along with her three children because of a fight that happened between her husband, mother-in-law & her sister-in-law. She reported that when her husband gets drunk frequently he beats her & then her mother-in-law and sister-in-law often get involved in the argument. J lives in her husband’s house but in a separate room which she herself created by taking out a loan. This is the reason that she can’t afford to live in another house. She works as a maid in three houses and through these earnings she repays the loan. She was very much afraid of going home after this incident and she also had a thought of suicide in her mind.

After receiving the call we called the J to the office & took a note of the matter. After that her husband & brother-in-law were also called to the office to which they did not give any response. Then we went to Women Police Station in Ratanada and reported the whole matter to them. Then we went to the J’s house along with the members of the Women Police Station and also with the Police Officers of the area in which there was jurisdiction. Then the order of “Restriction” was issued in which it was instructed that no one will use any violent methods against J & also allow her to enter to the house freely. J. was also advised to not to get into any violent arguments that can lead to a violent outcome. After that we followed up the situation for next two days, in which wecalled the local Police Officer in the same evening and instructed him to visit the place of the incident & the Police Officer reported that everything was normal & peaceful.

 

P. Aged 28 years, Jodhpur, Rajasthan

P. was a student of nursing, and was called to Jodhpur one and half years ago from Koth Putali, Jaipur, as per the influence and guidance of a police constable of Jodhpur Central Jail named “HS”. HS kept P for a period of one and a half years with him on the promise that he will marry her one day. Now P is two months pregnant and the Police constable is now refusing to marry her by giving reasoning that they both belong to a different caste and their parents are also not accepting their relationship. So P contacted us and with our help she wanted to create pressure on HS to marry her.

 

We suggested P to file a case against HS and also told her to involve her family members by telling them the whole issue to which the family members responded in a negative sense. When P reported the FIR to the Police Authorities, the Superintendent of Police gave a deadline to both the parties to get married in one or two days. Then HS contacted us to get the marriage ceremony done and we proceeded further and got the registration of the marriage done.

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Sambhali Trust

Location: Jodhpur, Rajasthan - India
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Govind Rathore
Jodhpur, Rajasthan India

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