Army jawan murders wife and in-laws

| January 27, 2015

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Society takes men for granted. Men are expected to bottle-up their emotions and lay down their lives for countries while they are not accorded basic protection from false cases and abusive wives. And finally, when the shit hits the fan, such extremes occur. Choice is with society.

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Madurai: An Army jawan murdered his wife and four in-laws at A. Thottiyapatti under Nagaiyapuram police station limits near Sedapatti on Monday night.

The police said that P. Kamalakannan (35), who was on leave, is said to have hacked his wife, Gomathi (28), and her parents Chinnasamy (65) and Ramuthai (55), her sisters, Bakkiyalakshmi (35) and Vanaroja (23).

The accused, who came to the village on January 19, hacked them all at the house of his wife’s parents, following a dispute with her. After a complaint of dowry harassment against him was closed at the petition-level, the man had applied for divorce against Gomathi.

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Virag is a B.Tech (NIT Hamirpur) formerly Technical Architect in JDA Software India Pvt. Ltd. Currently, Virag is the Head, Gender Studies at Confidare Research. Virag has been associated with the men’s rights movement in India and is also associated with Save Indian Family Foundation (SIFF), Bangalore, an NGO which helps distressed and victimized men. Virag has counselled more than 4000 distressed and victimized men by providing them with guidance and coaching that has enabled them to face the crisis situation powerfully. Virag has been invited by the Rajya Sabha Standing Committee for expressing his views on the Sexual Harassment at Workplace Law. Virag has also been part of a team that was requested to submit a research report on the misuse of Section 498A (Dowry law) and the changes required therein by the Law Commission of Karnataka. Currently Virag is one of the partners at Confidare India Men’s Rights Community Center – India’s first ever community center for distressed and victimized men. He is also the Head of Gender Studies, Confidare Research.

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