Saturday, 19 November 2011

‘Sexual exploitation’ on promise of marriage

‘Sexual exploitation’ on promise of marriage
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
http://lawjustice-bakeelsab.blogspot.com/2011/04/sexual-exploitation-on-promise-of.html
‘Sexual exploitation’ on promise of marriage
Most of the rape cases are meticulously well-planned to satisfy uncontrolled sexual lust and to realize sensuous celluloid images and fantasies with a sole motive to dominate over women. In fact before committing actual rape or ‘date rape’, rehearsal takes place many times in the intoxicated brain of the rapist. Invariably the victim is blamed, insulted and humiliated even by her own family members for slurring the so called ‘family honour and reputation’.

Having sex with a girl on the false promise of marriage and later refusing to tie the marriage knot may amount to commission of rape, particularly when the boy from very inception had no intention of marrying the girl. We may term it as ‘sexual exploitation’ on promise of marriage. Most often boys develop physical relations on false promise of marriage and continue till she become pregnant. Some time it is very difficult to abort and the matter come to the knowledge of family and neighbours. Mostly at that later stage cases are registered against the persons. Indian Courts have confronted several times with the question “whether Sexual intercourse with any girl on a false ‘promise of marriage’ is consent or not? If not Rape, is it ‘cheating’ or not?

If fully grown up girl consents to sex on a promise of marriage until she becomes pregnant is promiscuity
Calcutta High Court in Jayanti Rani Panda v. State of West Bengal & Anr., wherein the accused was a teacher of the local village school and used to visit the residence of the prosecutrix. One day during the absence of the parents of the prosecutrix he expressed his love for her and his desire to marry her. The prosecutrix was also willing and the accused promised to marry her once he obtained the consent of his parents. Acting on such assurance the prosecutrix started cohabiting with the accused and this continued for several months during which period the accused spent several nights with her. Eventually when she conceived and insisted that the marriage should be performed as quickly as possible, the accused suggested an abortion and agreed to marry her later. Since the proposal was not acceptable to the prosecutrix, the accused disowned the promise and stopped visiting her house. It was held that “if a fully grown up girl consents to the act of sexual intercourse on a promise of marriage and continues to indulge in such activity until she becomes pregnant it is an act of promiscuity on her part and not an act induced by misconception of fact and Section 90 IPC cannot be invoked unless the court can be assured that from the inception accused never intended to marry her.” (1984) Cri.L.J.1535, also see Hari Majhi vs. The State : 1990 Crl. L.J. 650 and Abhoy Pradhan vs. State of West Bengal : 1999 Crl. L.J. 3534.)

It amounts to cheating not rape
In another case the petitioner had sexual intercourse with the victim girl several times on false promise of marriage and she became pregnant. She informed her parents, and got Panchyat held on 30.7.1984 where again the petitioner gave false assurance that he would marry the girl. But when her parents requested him to marry her, he and the other accused persons abused girl and her parents and assaulted them with fists and slaps and chased and drove them inside their own house.
Relying on Jayanti Rani Panda case Hon’ble Justice Ram Nandan Prasad, of Patna High Court held that “though on the facts of the case, an offence of rape is not made out, it is obvious that by holding out the false promise of marriage the petitioner fraudulently induced the complainant to have sexual intercourse with him and but for this false promise she would not have consented to have sexual intercourse with him. The act of the petitioner, therefore, amounts to cheating as defined in Section 415, I.P.C. and as such prima facie amounts to an offence under Section 417, I.P.C. Besides this act of cheating, the petitioner and other accused are also alleged to have indulged in assaulting the intimidating the complainant and her parents which prima facie would give rise to an offences under Sections 323, and 506, I.P.C.” (Mir Wali Mohammad @ Kalu vs The State Of Bihar (1991 (1) BLJR 247 Order dated 2/7/1990)

‘intentional inducement’ giving ‘false of promise of marriage’ is cheating
Before Hon’ble Justice B.B. Vagyani of Bombay High Court the short point that arises for consideration is whether the offence of cheating as defined under section 415 of I.P.C. embraces cases in which no transfer of property is occasioned by the deception.

Case of emotions and passion in weak moments
In this case the prosecutrix is a divorced woman. After divorce, the prosecutrix started residing with her mother, where the accused came in contact with the prosecutrix. The casual acquaintance ultimately culminated into a love affair and after giving promise of marriage, he sexually exploited the prosecutrix on number of occasions. The nature brought this ‘indecent affair’ on the surface. When the prosecutrix became pregnant she asked the accused to fulfil his promise of marriage, but he flately refused to marry prosecutrix. Thereafter, the prosecutrix lodged a criminal complaint against the petitioner-accused on 30th April 1992 at Police Station, Adavat. FIR was registered under section 376 IPC and the Additional Sessions Judge, Amalner, Dist. Jalgaon, framed additional charge under section 417 of I.P.C. against the petitioner-accused.
While deciding quashing petition Hon’ble Justice Vagyani strongly relied on Marah Chandra Paul v. State of Tripura, (1997 C.R.I. 715) and held that the prosecutrix was intentionally induced to submit to sexual intercourse on false promise of marriage. The overt act on the part of the petitioner-accused has certainly caused damage or harm in body, mind and reputation of the person deceived. The indulgence of the petitioner-accused in sex with prosecutrix by means of ‘intentional inducement’ after giving ‘false of promise of marriage’ squarely falls within the ‘mischief’ of the definition of cheating as defined under section 415 of I.P.C. which is punishable under section 417 of I.P.C.” (Atmaram Mahadu More Vs State of Maharashtra (1998 (5) Bom CR 201 Order dated 13/11/1997)

Sufficient intelligence, significance and moral quality
Hon’ble Supreme Court in Uday Vs State of Karnataka on 19.2.2003 held that no straitjacket formula can be laid down for determining whether consent given by the prosecutrix was voluntary or under a misconception of fact, but following factors stand out;
a.   where a girl was of 19 years of age and had sufficient intelligence to understand the significance and moral quality of the act she was consenting to;
b.   she was conscious of the fact that her marriage was difficult on account of caste considerations;
c.    it was difficult to impute to the appellant knowledge the prosecutrix had consented in consequence of a misconception of fact arising from his promise, and
d.   there was no evidence to prove conclusively that the appellant never intended to marry the prosecutrix.

Breach of Marriage Promise and Seduction

Seduction and Breach of promise

http://www.legalcity.net/Index.cfm?fuseaction=RIGHTS.article&ArticleID=7012600
A man who promises marriage, has sexual relations with his fiancèe and then deserts her, may be sued for seduction as well as for breach of promise - as long as his fiancèe was a virgin before they had sex. If a child is born of their sexual union, the man can be sued for confinement expenses incurred by the woman as well as for support for the child until it is old enough to earn its own living. This money is usually paid to the woman on a monthly basis.

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American Jurisprudence, Second Edition. 

Database updated July 2007

Seduction: Cr
iminal Liability


West's Key Number Digest, Seduction 29, 30, 33 to 35


"Seduction" has been defined as the act of a man enticing a woman to have unlawful intercourse with him by means of persuasion, solicitation, promises, 

bribes, or other means, without the employment of force.[ FN1] Furthermore, seduction has been said to signify a leading astray, and has been described as the act 
of persuading or inducing a woman of previously chaste character to yield to sexual intercourse by the use of any species of arts, persuasion, deceit, false promises, or other artifices which are calculated to have and do have that 
effect.[FN2]

In some instances, "seduction" has referred to the act of a "designing woman" 
in enticing a man to engage in sexual intercourse with her.[ FN3]

A state seduction statute that applied only to men because of the definition of 
"seduction" as the act of a man enticing a woman to have unlawful intercourse with 
him by means of persuasion, solicitation, promises, bribes, or other means without 
employment of force, has been held to be unconstitutional.[ FN4]



Force is generally a necessary element in establishing the offense of 
rape,[FN5] as is the absence of the victim's consent.[ FN6] Where force is not employed to overcome reluctance, and where consent, however reluctant initially, can 
be spelled out, this we label "seduction," which society may condone even as it

disapproves. Furthermore, in seduction, unlike rape, the consent of the woman, implied or explicit, has been procured by artifice, deception, flattery, fraud, or 
promise. These devices cannot supply the element of force and an absence of consent that are essential to the crime of rape and distinguish it from seduction.

However, the mere threat of force can suffice to remove the conduct from the 
province of a criminal seduction statute and make it rape. Furthermore, there is some conduct which comes close to the line between rape and seduction.[FN7]

"Sexual misconduct" differs from seduction, in that seduction involves allurement, enticement, or persuasion to overcome unwillingness or resistance.[FN8]



"Actions for injuries to personal rights" include libel, slander, criminal conversation, seduction, false imprisonment, and malicious prosecution. Gremminger v. 
Missouri Labor and Indus. Relations Com'n, 129 S.W.3d 399 (Mo. Ct. App. E.D.

2004).


[FN1] Carter v. State, 775 So. 2d 91 (Miss. 1999); Edwards v. Moore, 699 So.
2d 220 (Ala. Civ. App. 1997).
[FN2] Hirschy v. Coodley, 116 Cal. App. 2d 102, 253 P.2d 93 (2d Dist. 1953).
Seduction is the act of seducing; the act of a man enticing a woman to have 
unlawful intercourse with him by means of persuasion, solicitation, promises, bribes, or other means without employment of force. Slawek v. Stroh, 
62 Wis. 2d 295, 215 N.W.2d 9 (1974).

Seduction imports the idea of illicit intercourse accomplished by the use of 
arts, persuasions, or wiles to overcome the resistance of a female who is 
not disposed of her own volition to step aside from the paths of virtue.

Kathleen K. v. Robert B., 150 Cal. App. 3d 992, 198 Cal. Rptr. 273, 40 
A.L.R.4th 1083 (2d Dist. 1984).

[FN3] Hart v. Knapp, 76 Conn. 135, 55 A. 1021 (1903); Blount v. State, 102 
Fla. 1100, 138 So. 2, 80 A.L.R. 830 (1931).

[FN4] § 9.
[FN5] Am. Jur. 2d, Rape § 3.
[FN6] Am. Jur. 2d, Rape § 5.
[FN7] People v. Evans, 85 Misc. 2d 1088, 379 N.Y.S.2d 912 (Sup 1975).
As to elements of the offense of seduction, generally, see §§ 3 to 7.
As to consent as an element of seduction, generally, see § 4.
[FN8] People v. Hough, 159 Misc. 2d 997, 607 N.Y.S.2d 884 (Dist. Ct. 1994)
(statute defining sexual misconduct requires proof that lack of consent resulted from forcible compulsion or from incapacity to consent and did not provide for conviction based on allegation that consent given was vitiated 
by fraud).

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Qualified seduction: 12-18 years. There is abuse of authority,confidence,or relationship 


Simple seduction
12-18 years: OFR is of good reputation, single or widow.

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The crime of qualified seduction has some of the following elements: 
a) the offended party is a virgin; 
b) she must be over 12 and under 18 years of age; 
c) the offender has sexual intercourse with her; 
d) there is abuse of authority, of confidence or of relationship. 
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If the offender is the brother or ascendant of the victim, elements (a) and (b) are dispensed with.
http://bataspinoy.wordpress.com/2011/05/04/the-elements-of-the-crime-of-qualified-seduction/

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The Canadian Criminal Code, 1892, S.C. 1892, c. 29, s. 182.


[Seduction under promise of marriage.]
182. Every one, above the age of twenty-one years, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to two years’ imprisonment who, under promise of marriage, seduces and has illicit connection with any unmarried female of previously chaste character under twenty-one years of age. 50-51 V., c. 48, s. 2.

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Breach of Marriage Promise
http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Breach+of+Marriage+Promise
A common-law right of action for breaking a commitment to enter into matrimony.

Agreement to Marry
An agreement to marry is different from all other contractual relations. The reason for this is that both its object and the relationship created between the parties are completely different from those of any other contract. In order to recover for breach of promise, the plaintiff must establish that the two parties had a valid existing contract to marry. This can be accomplished by a showing that both parties had a clear intent for the agreement to be binding.

If the parties to a contract to marry are incapable of creating a valid agreement due to a legal disability, a lawsuit for breach of marriage promise cannot be sustained. Generally, a valid defense to such an action is the infancy of the promisor at the time of the agreement. The infancy of the promisee, however, is not a valid defense. Statutes provide the ages of infancy.

An individual who is incapable of making a contract due to incompetence will not be held liable for breach of promise. Similarly, a promise to marry someone who is already married is invalid, provided the promisee knew this fact. When the plaintiff was unaware that the promisor was already married, however, he or she may recover. Upon the legal termination of the marriage by Divorce, Annulment, or death of the former spouse, a defendant who breaches a promise to marry the plaintiff may be held liable.

A breach of contract action cannot be maintained when a marriage would be unlawful due to Incest.

Offer and Acceptance
Fundamental elements to the creation of a marriage contract are an offer and acceptance. It is not necessary that the offer be in formal language. The key requirement is that both parties comprehend that there was a clearly intended offer of marriage. A statement of the intention to marry to a third person, absent any other indicated intent, is not enough.

An acceptance of an offer to marry must be given within a reasonable period of time. Such acceptance need not be formal but may be implied from the promisee's behavior. For a marriage contract to be enforceable, there must be a showing that there has been a meeting of the minds of the individuals to the agreement. A promise to marry induced by duress is invalid. Similarly, a promise to marry made by fraudulent inducement—or fraudulent concealment of facts that would prevent the making of the agreement if revealed or disclosed—will render the promise invalid and relieve the innocent party from all liability.

A promise to marry must be based upon legal consideration. Generally, one individual's promise is adequate consideration for the promise of the other party. A promise to marry must not be based solely upon illegal or immoral consideration, such as sexual relations between the parties. A promise based upon legal consideration will not, however, be vitiated merely because unlawful sexual intercourse took place between the parties either prior to or following the promise.

If a promise to marry is conditional, liability for its breach will arise only following the performance or occurrence of the agreed condition.

A contract to marry may be manifested by many promises made at different times; however, there is only a single contract, and only a single breach can take place.

A contract to marry can be rescinded either by mutual consent of the parties or in instances of Fraud or duress. The consent to postpone a marriage alone does not constitute a release of the obligation to perform it.

Breach
Unless there is a legally justifiable reason, an unwillingness to perform one's promise to marry creates a breach of promise to marry. Mere postponement of the wedding does not constitute a breach unless it is done arbitrarily and for no good reason. In such case, the postponement can be regarded as equivalent to a refusal to comply with the marital promise.

Defenses
Defenses exist other than the invalidity or termination of the marriage contract and lack of capacity.

The invalidity of the plaintiff's divorce from a former spouse may be used as a defense only if the issue of the divorce is raised on the ground that there was a lack of jurisdiction on the part of the court to permit the divorce. If the plaintiff had an invalid divorce, the defendant cannot be held liable for breach of the marriage promise because the plaintiff was still lawfully married to his or her former mate and, therefore, could not validly contract a marriage with the defendant.

A valid defense to a breach of marriage promise is the plaintiff's refusal to marry the defendant. The defendant cannot later defend himself or herself on the basis of the fact that he or she subsequently offered to marry the plaintiff. The engagement of the plaintiff to another individual at the time of entering into a contract with the defendant is not a defense. Similarly, the marriage of the plaintiff to another party subsequent to the defendant's breach does not excuse the defendant of liability for a breach. Unattractive personality traits, or offensive conduct, such as drunkenness, cannot be used as a defense. When the objectionable behavior amounts to a felony, however, it can be used as a defense against the plaintiff in a breach of marriage promise action.

Generally, a defendant will successfully defeat an action by alleging physical incapacity or disease that makes it either unsafe or improper to enter into marriage. If a defendant has knowledge of the disability when he or she promises to marry the plaintiff there is no defense. A disability on the part of the defendant that would not interfere with the marital relationship is insufficient to relieve a defendant of his promise.

Damages

The nature and form of an action for breach of marriage promise is contractual. Recoverable damages include Compensatory Damages for injury to the feelings and health of the plaintiff as well as to his or her reputation. A plaintiff may also recover damages for any financial loss resulting from the breach, comparable to the recovery in a breach of any other contract action, in addition to compensation for loss of advantages that would have stemmed from a marital relationship with the defendant.

Further readings
Hirshman, Linda, and Jane Larson. 1998. Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex. Don Mills, Ont.: Oxford Univ. Press.

Tushnet, Rebecca. 1998. "Rules of Engagement: Laws Regarding Broken Marital Engagements." Yale Law Journal 107 (June): 2583–618.

Wallman, Lester, and Sharon McDonnell. 1994. Cupid, Couples, and Contracts: A Guide to Living Together, Prenuptial Agreements, and Divorce. Sandy, Ore.: MasterMedia.

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

2. Blackmail, Threats of Violence from a connected Lawyer, Liar and Deceiver

Biography of a Fiancée engaged to get married by Arranged Marriage, Deceived into physical relationship and then Dumped & Harassed by Fiancé
Chapter 2. Blackmail, Threats of Violence from a connected Lawyer, Liar and Deceiver

Main Characters:

1. Anju - A Fiancée engaged to get married by Arranged Marriage, Deceived into physical relationship and then Dumped & Harassed

2. Sandeep Sexena- The playboy fiancé con-artist

3. Madhu Sharam -The Connected Live-wire lawyer (???Lawyer, Liar and Deceiver)
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Date of writing: 14 March 2010

Date of Editing: 19 March 2010

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I, Anju, am an educated girl staying in Mumbai (and a native of Bihar) was engaged to be married by an Arranged marriage to a gentleman Sandeep Sexena in Jun 2008. After my engagement, my fiancé had physical relationship with me since the day of engagement.

But in Oct 2008 , his mother and henceforth the entire family got together and plotted and and cancelled the marriage after humiliating me and my family .

After nearly committing suicide , I gathered enough strength to start legal service and sent a legal notice (because as per the Indian constitution, having physical relation on the promise of marriage amounts to Rape (article 376) ).

Picture: Bombay High Court

But instead the other party , having a very cunning Bombay High Court lawyer 'Mad Sharam' sent back a legal notice putting false charges on me (like I keep threatening them to ask for money) etc.

Later they relented and the lawyer tried to meet me in person/talk to me to have an out of court settlement .

But, later I realised she was just misguiding me , with distorted facts like how the case doesn't stand a chance as the person has already been married (which was a lie).

She also hinted in subtle tones that since she has her uncle in the highest rank in Kolkata police (where the parents of my fiancé live) , things could be moulded differently. Her uncle 'GDP AK 47' was highly decorated in early 2000s and got into an unnecessary Warfare with civilians getting drunk in a private hotel. His colleague who was decorated with him has since gone underground (with his criminal son), after his son raped a German foreigner.

Later she got abusive and started attacking me personally with statements like "you have 30 boyfriends", "you are characterless" , "you are a cheap psychopath, who needs psychiatric treatment ", "you blackmail people, extort money" etc.

I was broken down completely, alone and harboured suicidal thoughts during this traumatic harassment.

I was shocked and filed an FIR against her , and more so being a lawyer she is not supposed to talk to me or say personal things to me.

I think its time , someone spoke about this and did something against such people .

The name of the lawyer is Madhu (aka MAD) Sharam , who is apparently fighting a case for a sexually harassed victim (Female) in a Live-in relationship. She is a Bombay High Court lawyer, liar and Deceiver.

This lady lawyer is a Human Rights Association member.

How can lawyers like this abuse their positions of Power, when they are actually LIARS, DECEIVERS and CRIMINALS?

Therefore, I request all you bloggers to please help me in my fight against injustice (against the highest eschelons of POWER from LAWYERS, LIARS and POLICEMEN).
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Voice of Women is pleased to present the BIOGRAPHY OF A WOMAN DECEIVED INTO LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIP BY HER 'FIANCÉ' AFTER PROMISING TO GET MARRIED.

Inspired by the success of the 'Chronicles of a Battered Abused Discriminated and Disadvantaged Fatherless Girl-child'----A FIANCÉE has come forward with her "Testimony of a Fiancée Deceived into a Physical relationship and then dumped".

This TESTIMONY brings to LIGHT the Strenuous circumstances of WOMEN, who are facing deception from 'CHARMING MEN' promising marriage.

The core issue of the Biography is to look for Solutions for "Deception and Promise of marriage by MEN to engage into Physical relationships" in our Homes, Community, Society and the Corporate World. The solutions include Counseling, Healing, Family Forums and other Alternative Counseling Forums.
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Disclaimer: The Story is told in the first person narrative by the "Fiancée engaged to Marry".

For reasons of confidentiality, please don't assume the identity of the 'other characters in the story- namely the fiancé and the Lawyer and Liar'. The entire story has been placed in custody of certain well-wishers. Names and identities of characters have been masked and changed to protect their identities. Let us call the name of the FIANCÉE as 'Anju'.

Images used are only representative of the story.

Strong Legal action will be taken in Bangalore jurisdiction, against all those who claim to resemble or know the identity of any characters mentioned in this Biography.

Events are true and character sketches are disguised to protect their identities.
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Copyright © 2010 Roshni Pereira and "Anju, A fiancée, deceived into a physical relationship by a Con-artist".

Biography of a Fiancée engaged to get married by Arranged Marriage, Deceived into physical relationship and then Dumped & Harassed by Fiancé. Chapter 1. Enter the Fiancé and Fiasco

Biography of a Fiancée engaged to get married by Arranged Marriage, Deceived into physical relationship and then Dumped & Harassed by Fiancé

Main Characters:

1. Anju - A Fiancée engaged to get married by Arranged Marriage, Deceived into physical relationship and then Dumped & Harassed

2. Sandeep Sexena- The playboy fiancé con-artist

3. Madhu Sharam -The Connected Live-wire lawyer (???Lawyer, Liar and Deceiver)
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Date of writing: 14 March 2010

Date of Editing: 14 March 2010

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I, Anju, am an educated girl staying in Mumbai (and a native of Bihar) was engaged to be married by an Arranged marriage to a gentleman Sandeep Sexena in Jun 2008. After my engagement, my fiancé had physical relationship with me since the day of engagement.

But in Oct 2008 , his mother and henceforth the entire family got together and plotted and and cancelled the marriage after humiliating me and my family .

This was similar to a Terror attack by Terrorists on me.
Picture: Terror attack in Mumbai

After nearly committing suicide , I gathered enough strength to start legal service and sent a legal notice (because as per the Indian constitution, having physical relation on the promise of marriage amounts to Rape (article 376) ).

But instead the other party , having a very cunning lawyer sent back a legal notice putting false charges on me (like I keep threatening them to ask for money) etc.

Later they relented and the lawyer tried to meet me in person/talk to me to have an out of court settlement .

But, later I realised she was just misguiding me , with distorted facts like how the case doesn't stand a chance as the person has already been married (which was a lie).
Picture: Policemen hunting Maoists in Muzaffarnagar, Bihar

She also hinted in subtle tones that since she has her uncle in high ranks in Kolkata police (where the parents of my fiancé live) , things could be moulded differently.

Am I a Maoist or a Terrorist, that I have to be threatened by a Bloody raving MAD 'Matrimonial Lawyer' who is threatening to Cow me down using her Decorated Police uncle in Kolkata?

The last decorated Police Officer from Orissa/Andhra Pradesh was running away from the law, after colluding with his son who was accused of rape of a foreigner in Goa.
Picture: Kolkata

Later she got abusive and started attacking me personally with statements like "you have 30 boyfriends", "you are characterless" , "you are a cheap psychopath, who needs psychiatric treatment ", "you blackmail people, extort money" etc.

I was broken down completely, alone and harboured suicidal thoughts during this traumatic harassment.

Then one day when I was watching the Ruchika Gihrotra case on TV, I decided that it is time that women spoke up against injustice. Women are always taught to keep shut about any injustice, especially sexual abuse and it only gives the men and their counterparts more power to do the same injustice again and again. I have studied that as per Supreme court and Delhi high court, if a man has sexual relationship with a woman on the promise of marriage it will be treated as “Rape Charged :- Article 376. As it was his parents, especially his mother who initiated the marriage call off procedure, they should be booked against

I was shocked and filed an FIR against her , and more so being a lawyer she is not supposed to talk to me or say personal things to me.

I think its time , someone spoke about this and did something against such people .

The name of the lawyer is Madhu (aka MAD) Sharam , who is apparently fighting a case for a sexually harassed victim (Female) in a Live-in relationship.
This lady lawyer is a Human Rights Association member.

How can lawyers like this abuse their positions of Power, when they are actually LIARS, DECEIVERS and CRIMINALS?

Therefore, I request all you bloggers to please help me in my fight against injustice (against the highest eschelons of POWER from LAWYERS, LIARS and POLICEMEN).
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'Voice of Women' presents the BIOGRAPHY OF A WOMAN DECEIVED INTO LIVE-IN RELATIONSHIP BY HER 'FIANCÉ' AFTER PROMISING TO GET MARRIED.

Inspired by the success of the 'Chronicles of a Battered Abused Discriminated and Disadvantaged Fatherless Girl-child'----A FIANCÉE has come forward with her "Testimony of a Fiancée Deceived into a Physical relationship and then dumped".

This TESTIMONY brings to LIGHT the Strenuous circumstances of WOMEN, who are facing deception from 'CHARMING MEN' promising marriage.

The core issue of the Biography is to look for Solutions for "Deception and Promise of marriage by MEN to engage into Physical relationships" in our Homes, Community, Society and the Corporate World. The solutions include Counseling, Healing, Family Forums and other Alternative Counseling Forums.
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Disclaimer: The Story is told in the first person narrative by the "Fiancée engaged to Marry".

For reasons of confidentiality, please don't assume the identity of the 'other characters in the story- namely the Bigamous husband'. The entire story has been placed in custody of certain well-wishers. Names and identities of characters have been masked and changed to protect their identities. Let us call the name of the FIANCÉE as 'Anju'.

Images used are only representative of the story.

Strong Legal action will be taken in Bangalore jurisdiction, against all those who claim to resemble or know the identity of any characters mentioned in this Biography.

Events are true and character sketches are disguised to protect their identities.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Copyright © 2010 Roshni Pereira and "Anju, A fiancée, deceived into a physical relationship by a Con-artist".