The Double Standard for Dowry

(Guest post by Babar)

We all know dowry as the gifts that the family of the bride give to the bridegroom, but we never talk about the untold misery and the millions of rupees that the family of the bridegroom spend in buying jewelry for the prospective wife, we don’t speak of the millions of rupees that the family of the bridegroom spend in purchasing bridal clothes for the prospective wife, we never mention the cost of the expensive engagement ring, we don’t discuss the price of gifts for the bride’s family and of course, the entire life that the man spends like a human ATM.

We don’t call the millions of rupees a man spends on jewelry, bridal clothes, engagement ring, gifts, etc. before his marriage on his prospective wife dowry. We don’t label it as an evil system that robs a man of his hard earned wealth. We don’t condemn it and call it wrong, a burden unnecessarily placed on a man in this day and age of economic problems. We all know that male suicide is over twice the rate of female suicide.  Yet we are happy to continue with the system of emptying a man’s pockets for his marriage, even landing him in debt at times, yet we only cry when the bride’s family has to give some gifts to the groom.

Blatant double standards, to say the least.

A man’s prospective marriage today has become a business deal. He is always asked how much he earns, which car he drives, how much money he has stashed in his bank account, whether his house/flat is his own or rented, etc. A man is reduced to the sum of what he owns, how much he earns, how much he has, etc. After marriage a man is constantly tortured by his wife with comparisons to other men and what they own. He is taunted for a better house, better car, better job, etc. Countless men are forced to take loans with interest which cause anxiety, health problems, sleepless nights, etc.

Men who are not financially well off are seen as somewhat inferior, as women and their parents hunt for rich grooms. Matrimonial ads always ask for ‘well-settled’ grooms. Women always marry men richer than them. A man has to be ‘well-settled’, own a house, car, have a huge saving and then feed his prospective wife for the rest of his life, spend on her shopping, cosmetics, clothes, trips to beauty parlors, restaurant visits, vacations, etc.

In this day and age, people are getting married later than ever witnessed in past generations, and some men don’t want to marry at all! Women wonder where all the good men have gone. The explanation is simple: (a) the demands and monetary burden society places on men at the time of marriage has deterred them from marrying, and (b) the ease with which a man can become a target of a false case of domestic violence or a fake case of dowry are severe disincentives for a man to even consider marriage today.

Not to mention getting ripped off of entire life saving in case of a divorce in alimony payments, child support, and having to part with half of one’s property in many cruel lawsuits.

The laws, media, and brainwashed members of society are biased in favor of women and they do not try to understand the cruelties inflicted on men with an unbiased mind. Society has burdened men with monetary obligations and has turned them into lifeless ATMs. Male suicides have shot through the roof and yet we keep supporting our biased views and double standards.


Indian Domestic Violence Law is now even more draconian

As many of you might be knowing, the Supreme Court of India has recently amended the Domestic Violence Act.  It now allows the complainant to name women and children as respondents in the complaint, in addition to the husband.

That means, the estranged wife can now target a husband’s mother, sister and children in his family, in addition to him and his father or his brothers.

From a report published on Oct-10-2016 in The Hindu:

In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court has widened the scope of the Domestic Violence Act by ordering deletion of the words “adult male” from it, paving the way for prosecution of women and even non-adults for subjecting a woman relative to violence and harassment.

The Supreme Court is doing this because in its opinion, this change fits better with the notion of equality before law.

We believe that this amendment is extremely dangerous, gives even more power to unscrupulous Indian women, and does nothing at all to advance gender equality in India.

Let us explain.

As we have previously pointed out, almost all the domestic laws in India presume that the woman/wife is the victim and that the man/husband is the aggressor.  In most such laws, the complainant woman/wife can complain not only against the man/husband, but also against his extended family, and even children in his family.

The misuse of these laws is a severe law-sanctioned cruelty against every married man in this country.  It takes a lot of money, effort and time, not to talk about the stress and social humiliation, for a husband to defend his family and himself.  In all such laws, the husband and his family is presumed guilty and they have to prove their innocence, flipping the principle of “Innocent until proven Guilty” on its head.

This recent amendment would have been a welcome change IF the court had removed all gender-specificity from the law and allowed any gender to complain against any other gender.  As it is, men are STILL barred from using this law to complain against violence or cruelty perpetrated by their wives.

The only change is that earlier women could only complain against their husbands.  Though they could use the draconian and corrupt 498A criminal law against his family, the domestic violence act only allowed her to complain against the man himself.  That was a small but measurable relief to a man’s family.  In every such case, lawyers charge per person to defend.  Each additional respondent means more money for the lawyers, and more trips for aged parents to suffer the humiliation of going to courthouses.

The cruel estranged wives target mothers-in-law and sisters-in-law especially, because they know that targeting the women of the family will break down the husband’s will and make him pay the ransom (called alimony).

In a report by the Daily Mail:

Gupta said that the mothers-in-law, who are mostly quite elderly, are the ones who get depressed in jail and adjusting becomes a problem for them.

The nanands or sisters-in-laws who come in jail for few months are mostly aged between 18 and 26 years and also face a lot of difficulty and depression. These women know that their being in jail means they will be ostracised for life in society; they fear that no-one would marry them. It is emotional trauma for them and most are seen crying for days

Moreover, the domestic violence law is used to ask for relief: non-contact, money and maintenance.  In almost all cases, the husband is liable to maintain his wife.  The elderly and the children are anyway unable to provide any asked-for monetary relief.  In these cases, the courts MUST exclude all the extraneous respondents who have been included just at the whim of the complainant.  If no relief is asked from them, there is no reason to keep them there, except to enrich the corrupt lawyers.

In this particular case, the Supreme Court has upheld that even minors and elderly women can be named as respondents in a Domestic Violence complaint.  This was already possible in the Dowry and related laws.  Now a husband’s family has to brace itself for defending itself again under the Domestic violence law as well.

More laws, more money for the lawyers.  More burden for the Indian taxpayer.

The feminists are gloating at this “win” for women.  But aren’t falsely accused mothers-in-law or sisters-in-law women too?  No, according to feminists and Indian courts, any member of a male’s family is a fit target for cruelty to teach the man a “lesson” for his “patriarchy”.

It is perhaps possible for the husband’s mother to hit back at her unscurpulous daughter-in-law by filing a counter case under this law (now that a woman can be a respondent too, Ha!).  But we believe that most courts will not entertain cases against errant daughters-in-law.  This is because of the inherent bias in Indian courts which regards husbands and their families as aggressors and the “poor” daughter-in-law as an eternal victim.

For men considering getting married in India, we urge you to note this dangerous step in the wrong direction.  Understand the risks to your mother, father, and your existing family.  These risks are now bigger than ever before.

Beware of an unscrupulous and impulsive woman in India.  She now has another state-sanctioned tool to harass your family.

How to Avoid a False Rape Accusation

There are four huge problems in India when it comes to being accused of rape:

1. The badly designed laws according to which:

  • If you dump your girlfriend, she can accuse you of rape.
  • If you refuse to marry someone after engagement, she can accuse you of rape.
  • If you pass a lewd remark or send someone a nasty text or Facebook message, she can accuse you of “outraging her modesty” which is treated similar to rape in Indian courts.
  • If you marry someone against her parents’ wishes, they can accuse you of kidnapping and raping their daughter even though she’s an adult and had a consensual relationship with you.

2. The prevalence of falsehood and perjury and false accusations due to which any woman can accuse you of something that you did not do, had no intention of doing, and of which there is no evidence that you did it. But because of twisted laws and a white-knight constitution and judiciary in India, a woman’s word in presumed to be true and a man has to prove his innocence.

3. The abysmal state of Indian judiciary, the atrocious delays and the lawyer-police mafia due to which if you are accused of something, and even if the burden of proof is on the prosecution, you suffer for years and maybe decades and see your family life, your career and your reputation destroyed.

4. The media-vultures who pounce on any rape or sex-related legal incident as a cash-cow. To them, any such incident is a sure shot way to make money by naming and shaming someone merely accused, and by smearing his name for his lifetime. Media is not concerned about facts and objectivity and due process and protecting the identity of someone who is not yet charged.

The media is so twisted that it will not even publish a woman’s name even after the courts rule that the accusation was false. The media will splash the accusation story all over its front pages. But when the accused in acquitted or it is proved that the accusation was mala-fide and false, it will either not publish the news at all (because it is not entertaining now), or it will make a small mention on an inner page.

So how do you avoid this dangerous minefield which has the potential of destroying your life and reputation?

We offer seven guidelines for the Indian man.  Mark our words and follow our guidelines to avoid being pulled into this kind of mess:

  1. Do not date psychos, single-mothers, well-connected women, lawyers, feminists, social activists and NGO-type women.  These urban bitches are trigger-happy about going to the police or the courts or the corrupt women’s commissions when they feel like they are not being treated well.  By the way, by “psychos” we mean those women who are unstable or are on hormonal or psychiatric medication.

    Obviously stay away from women who seem overly greedy and/or manipulative.  Stay away from women who have a police officer, a judge, a lawyer, or a high-ranking civil servant in their family.

    Do not date a single mom!  They are especially vicious if you end the relationship because they were seeing you as their ATM for life.

    These kind of women are very “aware” of their rights though they have nil idea of their responsibilities.  These women will cite “emotional cruelty” in a heartbeat to get back at you if you refuse to toe their line.  They might seem easy lays but beware, you are playing with fire.  These women have a chip on their shoulder and are very argumentative and are usually very aggressive.  Even if they are pretty, they are unpleasant to be with.  Stay away from them.

  2. Record everything.  Even if the recordings are not admissible in court, when the time comes and things are going south she should be made aware that you have a lot of evidence.  That if she tries any false accusation stunt, you will make sure the stuff finds its way on to the public domain so that society can make its own conclusions.  Keep a history of all your text messages, Facebook interactions, call logs, etc.  You don’t need to record calls all the time.  But you should know how to.  If your girlfriend or wife as much as hints at anything legal, start recording immediately from then on.
  3. Have a few lawyer or police officials as friends.  Your girlfriend should know that if she tries a false accusation to intimidate you, you will hit back with ten times the force.  She should know that you are well-versed in law.  That you will not be blackmailed.  During your relationship, tell her about the horror stories which illustrate that a woman going to court as a pressure tactic is ruined for life.  No man wants to go near her, she doesn’t get anything from the courts, and the courts, lawyers and the police just extract their pound of flesh.
  4. Do not divulge your wealth.  Never ever be tempted to brag about how much money or how many assets you have.  Don’t talk about your salary or bonus or your savings.

    When a relationship goes south, a woman has two incentives to try to hurt you:

    1. Revenge: She wants to see you in pain.
    2. Money: She wants to extort money from you.  This is less likely if she doesn’t know how much and where you have the money.

      We know that you can’t hide your lifestyle completely.  But she should not know about your bank accounts or your list of properties.  In fact, when a relationship is going south, keep telling her that you have lost a lot of money in the stock market and that you are anxious about money matters.  That your future is not very bright and you might need to take a loan.

      On that note, never loan money to your girlfriend.  If the relationship goes bad, you can say goodbye to that money.

  5. NEVER start a live-in relationship in India.  Courts treat a live-in relationship far more seriously when it comes to “rape on the pretext of marriage” kind of cases.  There is no benefit to living together.  If you want regular sex, you can spend the night with her but she must go back to her own home.  You should not give in to emotional pressure of any kind to allow her to move in with you.  Once she is living with you, you are done for.  If you have foolishly started living with her, but feel like the relationship is going to get into rough waters, try to find a job in another city.  After you move to the new city, slowly cut down communications with her and let her find a new lover in the former city.  If you immediately try to finish a relationship after moving, she might get you in trouble.

    And it goes without saying that never try to take her to a temple for a sindoor ceremony or a marriage-like ceremony between the two of you.  That might be romantic and get you in her pants, but it will bite you back eventually.  Trust us on this one.  If she is unwilling to put out (have sex with you), leave her instead of trying something like this.

  6. Have a good rapport with her social circle.  People should know that you two are in a consensual relationship.  If she tries a false accusation, her own social circle will regard her as evil and boycott her.  That will act as a big disincentive for her not to get you in trouble.  Her social circle should know that you are a nice man.  Give thoughtful gifts (books, framed photos, upholstery) to some of her friends so that they have a good feeling about you and that when the relationship is suffering, they do not advise her to go after you legally.  You cannot guarantee that she won’t, but it is far less likely if her social circle will judge her harshly for such an act.
  7. Deescalate Situations.  If the relationship is almost over, do not try any ego-games with her.  Give her a gentle exit.  Do not try to be right all the time.  Have a plan on letting her down easy.  End the relationship gradually and not suddenly.  Don’t blame her for anything.  What’s the point?  If you have decided to end the relationship, might as well leave her with her ego intact.  If an argument is getting ugly, do not get into a shouting match.  Control your temper and try to diffuse the situation.

We understand that preventing a false-rape accusation is impossible in India, but even so, you can take some precautions to lessen the probability.

Brothers, be careful out there!


Modern Women want Freedom without Responsbility

If you meet a modern woman who waxes eloquent about being a “strong independent woman” and who is brainwashed with the rhetoric of #YOLO and “my life my choices”, tell her that:

  1. If she is attracted to badboys, she shouldn’t then expect the police to come rescue her when her badboy lover beats her up or treats her like shit.
  2. If she wants to live promiscuously, then she shouldn’t complain when people label her a slut.
  3. If she wants to have affairs, then she shouldn’t complain when no man wants to commit to her.
  4. If she likes to have unprotected sex, then she shouldn’t ask the man or the government for help with her abortion or for child support.
  5. If she likes to roam around drunk at night, she shouldn’t complain when strangers try to take advantage of her.
  6. If she says that she doesn’t need no man to take care of her, she should change her own flat tire on the road.
  7. If she believes in gender equality, she should not abuse gender-biased laws like the marital cruelty law or the domestic violence law which offer relief only to women..
  8. If she falls in love with a man, has sex with him, and he refuses to marry her, she should not run to the courts yelling “rape on the pretext of marriage!”
  9. If she wears revealing clothes, she shouldn’t complain when men ogle at her.
  10. If she doesn’t believe in dowry, then she shouldn’t insist on alimony.

But we know that as soon as you mention any of these “should”s, the strong independent woman will fly into a rage and call you a woman-hater, a misogynist and a rape-apologist.

Poor her.  We are only suggesting that bad choices have bad consequences, and that if she is free to make bad choices, then she should know the consequences and leave others free to not take care of her when the shit hits the fan.

Don’t impose the costs of your behavior on others.

Ashpal Kaur Bhogal is a deranged, dangerous slut

So this British citizen woman of Punjabi descent has complained to Punjab Police to book her ex on charges of sexual harassment and “mentally, physically and emotionally torturing” her.

The name of this great “lady” is Ashpal Bhogal, or Ashpal Kaur Bhogal.  She was some kind of a junior hockey player who became involved with the captain of India’s hockey team, Mr Sardar Singh.

They had an affair, she got pregnant and underwent an abortion.  In her own words,

We have been in a four-year relationship which was known to all in India and abroad. I met him during the London Olympics and he finally proposed to me during the 2014 World Cup in Hague. He then invited me to his native village where Sardar and his family formally initiated the engagement.

After this me and Sardar were expecting our first child in mid-2015. I spoke to him regarding this and he said sorry I don’t want to have the child and you must abort it immediately otherwise I won’t speak to you and there will be no contact.

She continues:

It has come to the point now that I need justice as a woman. If Sardar has any self-respect, he will call me or contact my lawyers. I have full faith in Indian law and Indian judiciary.

Let’s see (assuming her story is true):

  1. She, a strong independent woman has a premarital affair with a sports star who she meets on Facebook.
  2. She doesn’t use birth control and has unprotected sex with him.
  3. She gets pregnant and the man doesn’t want the child (for whatever reason) and gives her the option to either have an abortion or to break-up with him.
  4. She chooses not to break up, and aborts the fetus.
  5. The man refuses to marry her.

Obviously there is no crime involved.  And that is why she would have been laughed out of a British police station or court, and probably penalized for wasting the time of the government.

But given the misandrist and draconian laws in India and a corrupt police and judicial system which pretends to act as a white knight only to make money from both the “aggrieved” woman and the harassed man, she found a listening ear in Punjab Police’s brutal officers.  Remember that Punjab Police is well-known to be the one of the most corrupt, lawless, politically-patronized and ineffective police force in the country.

But even in India the police is only investigating her complaint and has not immediately filed an FIR.  Which is probably only because Sardar Singh, the Indian hockey captain, might also be well-connected.  If it was an ordinary businessman or a professional who was accused, the police would have filed a case in a jiffy and put the man and his entire family behind bars.

Seems like she was used to physical fights and arguments and not hesitant to call the cops on her lover that she wanted to marry.  Any decent woman, if assaulted by her boyfriend would break up with him and ensure that he is punished by law.  Only a gold-digger like Ashpal Kaur Bhogal would want to continue to associate with him.

Another player said that the fight had turned physical. “We didn’t see what happened between Sardar and the girl, since it happened inside the room. But the next day, when we all came to the restaurant for breakfast, she was there too, and her face was battered and bruised. As a team, we never discussed this issue, but later learnt from the hotel staff that the argument had turned violent. We were told that the cops went away only because the couple stressed that it was a personal matter, and the girl did not wish to press charges,” added the second player.

She says she was a hockey player, but her chubbiness betrays her lack of discipline.


Any relationship in which the woman has a higher BMI than her man is doomed, we tell you.  She should have lost weight like her life depended on it.

But no, she got pregnant, then had an abortion, and then was summarily dumped by the hotshot captain, and now she is in a world of shit.

And it was she who hacked into his social media accounts and misused them.  If there is any crime involved, it is this invasion of a person’s property and privacy.  But of course, no one is talking about that.

She is soon going to find out that no police and no court is going to help her.  Even her own family should disown her.  What kind of a family is it anyway which advises its daughter to have an affair, have an abortion, and then go after their future son-in-law with threats of blackmail or jail.

We believe that she is now looking for some money, that is why the smoking-gun statement by her:

If Sardar has any self-respect, he will call me or contact my lawyers.

Haha no.  He is, unfortunately for Ashpal, a celebrity in India.  And celebrities in India get away with murder.  He knows better than to call her lawyers.  If she is indeed a victim and the accused is a criminal, she should just let the law takes it course.  Why is she asking the man to “contact my lawyers”?

Let this be a cautionary tale for women (but we know most of them will never learn).  Who will want to marry this slut, with a public history of fights, police cases, and abortion in her past?

And let this also be a cautionary tale for normal Indian men.  A normal Indian man, if faced with a similar situation, would have to shell out millions of rupees and see himself and his family be harassed by police and the courts for years and years.

Six Indian Laws which are ill-conceived

Indian laws are so numerous and so confusing that anybody can be prosecuted as a criminal if the state so chooses.  But of all the badly-designed and nanny-state laws, these six seem to us the most misused, the most destructive of individual happiness and freedom, and the most violative of basic rights of a citizen in a civilized country:

  1. IPC 498A: “Cruelty to wife”!  Cruelty to anyone is already a crime under law.  Why do we need this law?  This law is the most misused law in the history of this country to jail countless men, their families and then to extort money from them to “settle” the case.
  2. The Dowry Prohibition Act: Exchange of money or favors between spouses or their families at the time of wedding or afterward has been made illegal by the Indian state.  Remember, coercion and intimidation are already crimes under law.  Why do we need this law?  If a woman’s family is not willing to pay the dowry, let her not get married.  If she is criminally harassed after the marriage, she can go to the police or her relatives for help.  There are sound sociological reasons for the custom of dowry and to make this exchange a criminal offense is state interference into the personal affairs of people.
  3. SC/ST Atrocities Act: Cruelty and atrocity is already a crime.  Why do we need this law?  This law is used to silence people if they want to criticize anyone with a particular caste.
  4. The Law on Hurting of Religious Sentiments: This law is used to punish anybody who manages to say or express something which is offensive to anyone for religious reasons.  These kinds of laws only exist in medieval, fundamentalist countries which outlaw blasphemy etc.
  5. Sedition Law: This law is misused to prosecute and jail anybody who dares to criticize the government or tries to convince people that their rulers are not gods.
  6. The Contempt of Courts Act: This law makes it illegal for people to publicly disagree with a court’s judgment and to ascribe motives to the judiciary.

Many of these laws were used by the British to punish a servile Indian population, but the free government of India hasn’t left any stone unturned to go further than the British to create laws which punish the citizens for what makes someone else unhappy.

India will not be a free and civilized country till such laws which are based on somebody getting offended or hurt are done away with.

Pooja Misrra Is A Liar And A Thug

Pooja Misrra is the ugly face of “women empowerment”

Pooja Misrra is a small time television actress and a third rate model in India. She is known mostly because of her appearance on the TV show Big(g) Boss – Season 5.

Like most people, we at purushatma knew little about her until recently when we came across a shocking video of her creating ruckus in a store in Delhi’s Karol Baug. Watch the video.

In the video, Pooja Misrra is seen manhandling some people, kicking and shouting curse words. Not only that, as we learned later form the news reports, she was also carrying a gun and had threatened to fire it during this fight in the store.

She had got into the fight with some customers over them allegedly staring at her. This took place at 2 am in the night when she entered half naked in the store. According to some people present at the scene, she was drunk too.

One has to be a degenerate breed of modern woman to be able to go out drunk and half naked in the middle of the night and want that people don’t stare at one. Roam around half naked in the middle of the night, then cry sexual harassment, create a scene, assault a few men. That is the drill of women empowerment in modern times.

An ordinary person coming across this video might view it  as a woman fighting injustice in the male-dominated society and might feel proud of her. But with our knowledge and understanding of women we always take such displays of “women empowerment” with a grain of salt. So we did some digging into Pooja Misrra’s background.

Within seconds, with a couple of Google searches we learned that this is not the first time Pooja Misrra has publicly assaulted men. Here is another video, from September 2015 in which she is running away from a hotel without paying her dues, and when stopped by the hotel staff she shouts profanity, smashes the security guy’s cellphone on the ground, and physically assaults him.

Notice that she also accuses the security guy of touching her, trying to give it sexual harassment angle. Well, if you are running away from a hotel without paying your dues, won’t you be stopped? How would one stop you without touching you? Or do you expect that no one stops you? Imagine if there was a man in her place, how he would have been treated.

Here is one more video of Pooja Misrra with another third rate model Shruti Gupta in a police station in Andheri, Mumbai where they have taken the entire police station on their heads in the middle of the night. They are demanding police action because some men have allegedly misbehaved with them. The police is asking them to file a complaint before the action can be taken, but Pooja Misrra and the other woman just keep shouting and cursing the police which also includes a woman officer.

First of all, a women who hangs out in the middle of the night is acting irresponsibly putting herself in the way of danger of harassment, assault or rape. The first person to blame should anything of that nature happen is herself. Same goes for men as well. If a man roams around wearing expansive watch or carrying large amount of cash in the middle of the night and gets robbed, anyone with sound reasoning would blame the man first for being irresponsible. One has a right and recourse to police, but that does not mean one can completely give up one’s own sense of responsibility.

Secondly, in case of Pooja Misrra especially, we tend to believe that all her claims of sexual crimes against her are false. We believe that she is a liar and a thug. She is pulling stunts either for cheap publicity or because she is mentally sick and out of touch with the reality. Pooja Misrra is a pathological liar because she has cried rape more than once in the past which have later turned out to be false.

Back in April 2015, she was in the news for having been sexually molested in a hotel in Udaipur, Rajasthan. We have found two interviews of her describing the incident with a huge inconsistency that clearly means she is lying. In the first video, she says that she came to know that she was sexually molested when she woke up and saw certain signs of it in her room. In the second video, describing the same incident she says with animated details that she woke up, went down to have breakfast and directly went to the airport. And in the airport washroom she saw the marks on her body, and that’s when she came to know that she was sexually molested.

Video 1

Video 2

There can not be such inconsistencies unless she is lying about it. She was never assaulted. It was also proven by investigation of the hotel room’s camera footage that it was merely a publicity stunt.

Udaipur Rajasthan Police have found the allegations of television actress and Big Boss 5 contestant Pooja Misrra false and baseless in its preliminary investigations.

Misrra had on Wednesday lodged an FIR against five persons, including actress Sonakshi Sinha and her mother Poonam, for hatching a conspiracy to harass her during her stay in a hotel here.

After scanning the CCTV footage of the Udaipur hotel where Pooja was staying on Wednesday night, police could not find any evidence in support of her charges. “CCTV ffotage has revealed there was no suspicious person entering Pooja’s hotel room,” police said.

In August 2015, she again claimed that she was raped for three days which, of course, is never proven:

Big Boss 5 contestant and model Pooja Mishra has made a shocking revelation yet again. Model has alleged that she was raped in Noida’s guest house by an unidentified man. She revealed that the unfortunate incident took place on August 17 in Noida’s sector 26.

Narrating her agony, Pooja in her complaint said that she was drugged and then raped by alleged person for three days.

We conclude that Pooja Misrra is a fallen woman and is a shame to the society. She has no problem falsely claiming to be victim of sexual assault or rape. And the way she comes up with these stunts every now and then tells us that she is a deranged psychopath.

Contrast this psychopath Pooja Misrra’s case with that of Sarvjeet Singh/Jasleen Kaur. What action did the police, media or the society take against Pooja Misrra? When a man is accused of sexual crime the police and the media leave no stone unturned in ruining the man’s life even when there is no proof against him. But women like Pooja Misrra go on committing the same crimes openly and repeatedly, and still continue to live as celebrities. It is grotesque.

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