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Report No. 91

1.2. Need for law reform.-

One need not quote statistics to show that there has been an unusual increase in such deaths. Many such deaths must be going unreported. But even those that come to be reported are enough to unnerve all right-thinking members of the society. Such incidents, and the frequency with which they go on occurring, may have their roots in several social economic and psychological factors. Those factors may be too deep-rooted and imperceptible to be tackled only by reform of the law. Nevertheless, it appears to be proper to consider some legal aspects of direct relevance to such incidents.

Dowry Deaths and Law Reform - Amending the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 Back

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