22nd Purush Hakka Saurakshan Samiti National Convention on the Rights of Men convened in Latur, Maharashtra – 23 Nov, 2019.
Latur – The 22nd National Session of the Protection of Men’s Rights Committee passed in Latur on the 23rd of November. Speaking at the inauguration of the event, Dr. Lahane said that there are good people in the society whom we need to make better. Friends who eat ice-cream together, need to advise their friends to stay away from addictive friends and those who drink and trouble their family, causing harm to the family, because f which the family life and order is uprooted!
Senior social worker Adv. Aparnatai Ramatirthakar of Solapur was the Chairperson of the programme and other dignitaries included the Chairman of the Committee Dr. Sunil Gadge, Secretary Adv. Dharmendra Chavan, Pune President Adv. Santosh Shinde, Sangli President Adv. Balasaheb Patil, Adv. Kokate, Kolhapur President Appasaheb Kokitkar, Pune Vice President Sou. Sangita Nanavare and Latur President Dattatraya Paralkar.
Chairman of Latur Purush Hakka Saurakshan Samiti Shri. Sagar Waghmare, Secretary Gangadhar Digole, Vice-President Sanjay Rajule, Treasurer Jitendra Saraf, Secretary Jitendra Patil, Organizer Ravikaran Suryavanshi Mussalegkare, Rajkumar Guddappe, Balaji Shinde, Rajkumar Dabhade, Amol Ghayaal, Lalit Thakur and others worked diligently to make the event possible. The President of the program, Aparnatai, beseeched everyone to report the drawbacks and limitations in the law to the government, She also informed that, women have been given the protection to use Section 498A and Domestic Violence Act. However, they are misusing these laws as a weapon. We need to report such misuse to the MLAs and the government and unless you ask the government to constitute a Central Commission for Men, the Men’s Commission will not be established. It is the responsibility of both husband and wife to maintain the family system. Committee secretary Shri. Dharmendra and Pune President Adv. Santosh Shinde said that it is necessary to set up a Men’s Commission as soon as possible, this will prevent family life from being uprooted, and prevent the ever-increasing suicide rate amongst Indian men. It is very important to save our ‘sons’. It is everyone’s responsibility and the government should also be made aware of this.