Crises Within Crises: Domestic Violence





Muskan Vaswani; Priya Vaswani; Manvendra Singh Rathore, Students at New Law College, BVDU, Pune


ABSTRACT


The patriarchal virus is more vicious than coronavirus. Patriarchy is considered as one of the reasons for Domestic Violence. This paper scrutinizes the basic concept of domestic violence and how viruses inside homes are becoming more dangerous than coronavirus. Traumatically, the acceleration in abusive behavior at home isn't just occurring in cases where there has been a past filled with savagery, yet in addition in situations where there isn't a background marked by brutality. Furthermore, when limited to a bit of space, with no open door for abuser and victim to isolate from one another to chill off, individuals will, in general, lash out definitely more than expected. Tragically, Abusers are utilizing the Coronavirus Pandemic to exploit the victims in a bunch of ways. The paper examines the impact of abusive behavior on women and children and the government policies to protect them from domestic violence. The study is also based on other country's lookout for domestic violence and various ways of controlling it.


Keywords: - Patriarchal, Domestic Violence, Scrutinizes, Traumatically, Savagery, Brutality, Abusers, coronavirus.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878

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Accessibility: Open Access

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