I agree with Hrithik. Women are taking more and more advantage of their gender. Once, I was traveling in a city bus in Hyderabad with my father who is well over 70. He sat in the ladies seat as the senior citizen's seats were already taken. In the next stop, a young working lady of around 25-26 started arguing with my father that it is supposed to be a ladies seat, my father out of respect for ladies did not argue and gave the seat to the lady. This is just a small issue. My brother-in-law's ex wife dragged everybody in our family to police station under harassment case.Luckily, the police knew of the girl and her family, hence we all escaped but as per rule we could have all landed in jail as testimony is not required when a girl complaints against in laws. The Indian constitution has given the ladies enough rights and also the general sympathy is titled towards ladies. It does not mean that ladies take undue advantage of their gender. There are many married men who are harassed by their wives but their are no rules in Indian constitution to protect the rights of such husbands. Gender equality does not mean to protect only women's rights, even men are vulnerable and their rights needs to be protected too.