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The 2005 Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act is the subject of this discussion. This Act, one of the first in this field, has specifically addressed the issue of domestic violence while taking into account all relevant laws and has made an effort to lessen the myriad ancillary issues that are typically associated with such legislation (such as impractical provisions). The social and cultural backdrop of India, where this regulation is properly situated, clearly reflects the mentality of Indian men.

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The discussion focuses on the constitutional implications of this Act's provisions, including the Fundamental rights.
The commentary's major goal is to highlight the many rights that women have under this Act, many of which are explicitly granted by the Constitution. Among the other advantages of this law, the all-encompassing nature of the laws is clarified. Therefore, from a feminist legal standpoint, the Act is a very important piece of legislation.

The fact that this Act intentionally or inadvertently fails to address the issue of child abuse among male children is one of the main and most important criticisms of the authors. Due to the lack of any such explicit legislation, this matter must be resolved quickly and without delay.

If you believe you are a victim of domestic abuse, act immediately.

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