Women’s Rights: Tactics to evict from Ancestral Property

Women’s Rights: Tactics to evict from Ancestral Property

The Supreme Court had put an end to the contradiction of this law and said that daughters are equally entitled to ancestral property by birth, like sons.

Not only weapons, fear or coercion are used to snatch the rights of women, but also the mentality of manipulative on the emotional front is used.

Recently, on Raksha Bandhan in Digod, Rajasthan, the appeal of sisters to give voluntary relinquishment of their rights in father’s property for brother became a topic of discussion.

According to this official press note issued from the Tehsildar’s office, when a khatedar dies, the names of the son, daughter and wife as his natural heirs are recorded in the account in his place.

Sisters and daughters also want to voluntarily relinquish their rights in Pihar or ancestral property, but careless account holders do not give up their rights on time, which leads to sour relations.

After coming to the discussion, the officer who issued the appeal has been suspended.

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From the family to the administrative level, there is less serious about the rights of daughters, more selfishness is visible on every front.

This shocking appeal is possible only in the case of women, in which both rights and sacrifices are being talked about simultaneously.

However, it cannot be denied that there are also many practical aspects related to disputes over ancestral land, which should be resolved legally in time.

Today, in every field, daughters are participating equally with sons, becoming the support of parents. In such a situation, in the matter of distribution of property, the thinking that follows a tied rut must be abandoned.

In fact, this emotional game is also being played perhaps because daughters are now legally entitled to equal rights in ancestral property.

The Hindu Succession Amendment Act of 2005 reinforces this right. Apart from this, last year the Supreme Court had also ruled in this case that even if a father had died before 2005, the daughters would get an equal share in the property with the sons.

Women’s Rights: Ancestral Property

The Supreme Court had put an end to the contradiction of this law and said that daughters are equally entitled to ancestral property by birth, like sons.

According to this provision, now the rights of daughters to be their consorts have been recognized statutorily from the time of their birth. Right to ancestral property is not just a matter of getting money or land.

It is also an aspect related to the equality and security of daughters. Things like ‘women don’t have their own homes are being seen and heard not only in stories but also in real life.

Daughters have always lived a sense of alienation. One of the main reasons for the many compromises and exploitation situations that come their part after marriage is that they do not have any property or financial support.

It is a bitter truth that women who are considered ‘alien money’ in their maternal home and ‘alien house’ in their in-laws’ house have no shelter in times of crisis.

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Despite equal civil rights guaranteed by the Constitution, how many women have to live in unbearable conditions due to being empowered in this matter and dependent on others on the economic front.

Our family structure has always been dominated by traditional thinking about daughters. In such a situation, getting a share in the ancestral property to married daughters is truly an acknowledgement of their independent existence, then Lifelong protection for unmarried daughters.

It is seen that after the death of the parents, it becomes difficult for the unmarried daughters to live in their own house.

In such a situation, this appeal to women to voluntarily relinquish their right to ancestral property seems really strange.

How good it is that the sentiments and sentiments are to end the practical complications associated with giving legal rights to daughters, and not to deprive them of their rights.

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