Nowadays, a variety of surveys are coming up which are shocking. Now, a recent survey has come out explaining how appropriate it is for a husband to beat his wife? We all know that even today there are many states where both women and men are victims of domestic violence. Both of them are justifying such domestic violence for some reasons in the survey. The National Family Health Survey has revealed this. The survey sought answers to this question from people in 18 states and Jammu and Kashmir.
In such a situation, the most common reason for supporting domestic exploitation (Domestic Abuse) is disrespect for in-laws, neglecting homes and children. In fact, the survey asked the same question and placed '7 situations' before the respondents. Among them was, if he went out of the house without informing her, if the woman ignored the house or the children, if the woman argued with him, if the woman refused to have a relationship with him, if she did not cook properly, if the man suspected his wife of cheating, If the woman does not respect the in-laws, etc. Telangana has the highest number of women, 83.8 per cent, who said it was advisable for men to beat up their wives. In Himachal Pradesh, the figure was the lowest at 14.8 per cent in terms of women.
81.9 per cent of male respondents in Karnataka say it is advisable to beat up a wife. With this, Andhra Pradesh (83.6 per cent), Karnataka (76.9 per cent), Manipur (65.9 per cent) and Kerala (52.4 per cent) were the figures. Himachal Pradesh and Tripura, on the other hand, have the least number of men who have supported domestic abuse. In these two states, the number of such respondents was 14.2 per cent and 21.3 per cent respectively. The number of such respondents in these two states was 14.2 per cent and 21.3 per cent respectively. These surveys were conducted in Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Telangana, Tripura and West Bengal. Out of this list, women respondents from 13 states have cited 'disrespect for in-laws' as the proper reason for beating.