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Old September 1st, 2005, 01:18 PM
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Lok Sabha supports Hindu Succession Bill

PTI[ MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2005 03:21:29 PM ]

NEW DELHI: Cutting across party lines, members in the Lok Sabha on Monday came out in support of a bill seeking to give Hindu women equal rights in inheritance of property, with some expressing reservation over the "progressive" legislation saying it could lead to division in families.

Participating in the discussion, they also wanted married women to be given equal claim in the inherited property besides extending the legislation to women from all communities and not restricting it to Hindus alone.

Initiating the discussion, Bachi Singh Rawat (BJP) said that not only his party but the entire Opposition alliance was in favour of all progressive legislations, including this one.

He, however, said that no single party should take the credit for the measure and it should be given to Parliament.

D Purandeswari (Cong) hailed the measure as a progressive one aimed at ending deep-rooted gender disparity.

She said she was proud that her father and the late Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N T Rama Rao had brought the measure way back in 1986.

Shailendra Kumar (SP) suporting the measure, however, said that it should have been brought after a thorough debate in the society as it could result in division in families and strained relations between brothers and sisters

Similar views were expressed by Rajaram Pal (BSP) who said it should be ensured that the division of property does not lead to division in the family.

B Rajenthiran (DMK) hailed the measure and said now the government should come out with other legislation giving 33 per cent reservation to women in Parliament and state assemblies.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...ow/1213347.cms

lets see if our dickless politicians will dare to make this law extended to other communities esp. muslims!
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Re: Lok Sabha supports Hindu Succession Bill

I know that such a measure is good and nice that it is now a law.

When it comes to brother and sister relation especially when it concerns inheritance and property there are just choices -

1) Amicably decide between siblings if the sister wants a part of it or 50% of it and if brother is willing to give the fair share of the inheritance to his sister
End result: Love between brother and sister remains intact and infact grows as both has sorted out the matter in a way two loving siblings should.

2) Fight over it - Before the law the sister would have to fight it in the family and brother would also fight and the relations would be bitter thereafter. Now with this law the sister will get the inheritance but after a bitter battle in courts.
End result: Relations are bitter and leaves a bad taste in mouth of entire family.

So law or no law, unless option 1 is exercised, relations will be strained and bitter.
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what's new in this bill?

Even today, daughters are equal partners with sons in parental/ancestral property, if there isn't a "WILL". Ofcourse a person can leave a "WILL" and assign his own (not ancestral) assests in whatever way or form he likes - even to someone outside the family.

Vakil sahib, comments please and correct me if I am wrong.
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Chalo good hai and all that.... but shouldnt it be only in case of unmarried women....

Suppose you have a sister, and she is married. Now if you inherit something, you get 50% and she gets 50%, sounds good. But as she is married into another family, her kids will get a part of inheritance from her and part from their father. Whereas what will your kids get?

I feel there need to be more checks and balances in place. Conditions like if Sister is married then the percentage is X, if not married then Y.

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Whereas what will your kids get?
your kids will get from your parents and your wife's parents - provided they left assets behind
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Re: Lok Sabha supports Hindu Succession Bill

OK, then how about this....

A girls parents want to give her and her hubby a flat when they get married. This is called Dowry and frowned upon. No self respecting male will take anything from the girls parents. Now when the girl inherits property, why shud a self respecting male let it to come to his family????

Then there will be cases of in-laws being killed as a next stage of bride burning. Dowry nahin mili to biwi ko mara, agar phir bhi kuch nahin mila to in laws ko uda diya aur inherit kar liya.

You getting the point. If you wanna make this legal, also legalise dowry.
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Chalo good hai and all that.... but shouldnt it be only in case of unmarried women....

Suppose you have a sister, and she is married. Now if you inherit something, you get 50% and she gets 50%, sounds good. But as she is married into another family, her kids will get a part of inheritance from her and part from their father. Whereas what will your kids get?

I feel there need to be more checks and balances in place. Conditions like if Sister is married then the percentage is X, if not married then Y.

Just my opinion.
wtf man? just becos ur sis is married to someone doesnt make her to cease her part in this family! shez got every god damn rights in ur family as you do. how shameless can you be to be greedy enough to take ur siblings part of property.
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