October 02, 2012

Marriage is not like a public transport system

Tweet 1h - MediaCrooks @mediacrooks Here are real remarks by Sriprakash Jaiswal (Hindi) clear as crystal... श्रीप्रकाश का भद्दा बयानऔरत पुरानी होने पर मजा कम हो जाता है Updated: Tuesday, October 2, 2012, Posted by: Ajay कानपुर। "नई नई जीत और नई नई पत्नी का जश् सब मनाते हैं। जैसे जैसे समय बीतेगाजीत पुरानी होती जाती हैजैसे जैसे समय बीतता है पत्नी पुरानी होती जाती हैवो मजा नहीं रहता है।"
Shriprakash Jaiswal slammed for sexist comment Deccan Herald- Lucknow, Oct 2, 2012, (IANS): Women groups reacted strongly Tuesday to union Coal Minister Shriprakash Jaiswal's comment that "once a wife gets old, she loses her charm" ...  Jaiswal, also a Congress Lok Sabha member, made the unsavoury comment at a poetry meet at K.K. Girls College in Kidwai Nagar in Kanpur Sunday night… Referring to the T20 match between India and Pakistan that India won, Jaiswal had said: "Fresh victory and a fresh marriage is something different." He went on to say that as a marriage grows old with time, it loses its charm as the wife also gets old.

Obey wife and be happy, reiterates Supreme Court judge ... 22 May 2009 – New Delhi, May 22 (IANS) An irrepressible Justice Markandey Katju of the Supreme Court, known for his lighthearted remarks, Friday ended up reiterating himself when he said obeying one’s wife was the way to a happy life!
Obey your wife and rule the world: Supreme Court ...‎ - 20 May 2009 New Delhi, May 19 (IANS) The Supreme Court has a recipe for a successful marriage, more so for men: Obey your wife and rule the world!
“Bibi joh boltee hai woh sunno (Listen to whatever your wife says). We all listen,” a vacation bench of Justice Markandeya Katju and Justice Deepak Verma observed while hearing a lawsuit by Indian Air Force officer Deepak Kumar, who had complained that his estranged wife Manisha had ruined him and his family by implicating them in false criminal cases including sodomy.
“Hum sab bhuktbhogi hai (We all have undergone that experience),” the bench observed. “If your wife wants you to see this side, see this side. If she wants you to see the other side, do obey her,” said Katju, adding: “One who obeys his wife rules the world.”

Why Justice Bhaktavatsala's homilies are no better than ... - Firstpost 5 Sep 2012 – Justice Bhaktavatsala, a Karnataka High Court judge, has just spoken aloud what Indian television feeds the country slyly everyday… Bhaktavatsala in the past couple of days has managed to amuse, outrage and shock people with his courtroom oratory. An example:
“Women suffer in all marriages. You are married with two children, and know what it means to suffer as a woman. Yesterday, there was a techie couple who reconciled for the sake of their child. Your husband is doing good business, he will take care of you.” 
If that wasn’t enough fodder for ridicule, one has to hear what he has to say about unmarried lawyers arguing marriage-related cases.
“Family matters should be argued only by married people, not spinsters. You should only watch. Bachelors and spinsters watching family court proceedings will start thinking if there is any need to marry at all. Marriage is not like a public transport system. You better get married and you will get very good experience to argue such cases,” he advised her.

Sibal slams Wardha VC for calling women writers 'prostitutes ... 2 Aug 2010 – NEW DELHI: But Rai, who was an IPS officer, was unperturbed and felt it was no more than literary discussion. Speaking from Wardha, he said, "The word chhinal does not mean prostitute. Even Premchand has used it more than a hundred times." According to him, "I only said for many women writers, discourse on women has become discourse of the body. I said women should include others like tribals and dalits to make their battle more effective."
VC Rai apologizes for sexist remark - Times Of India 4 Aug 2010 – NEW DELHI: Vibhuti Narayan Rai, vice-chancellor, Mahatma Gandhi Antarashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha, … However, on Sunday, the same Rai had justified the use of the term `chhinal' (loose character) for women writers. He had said even Munshi Premchand, the foremost Hindi writer, had used the word`chhinal' more than a hundred times. In his interview, he had said there was a competition among women writers to prove who was a bigger loose character. Later, Rai said he was merely talking about the need for change in women's discourse. Asked about possible action by HRD ministry, he had said his comments were as a writer. 

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