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Why most men facing 498A, DV, maintenance etc are into private sector jobs?

Why most men facing 498A, DV, maintenance etc are into private sector jobs?

Why most men facing 498A, DV, maintenance etc are into private sector jobs?

The theory is it’s by design, not by chance. Most of such men facing these issues are into professional jobs like IT, finance, BPO etc. Very few will be from business or such related work. Also, it is rarer to see men from independent professions like CA, doctors etc. There is a reason behind it too. most of the time high salaried professionals working in companies are targeted because of the following reasons:
1.They are from typical middle-class families, with a mindset of playing by the rules, and being good citizens etc. It is easier to manipulate such families.
2.They start earning well in early part of carrier, and the feminist families target them for their ability to pay up possibly large sums of money within few years of marriage.
3.Being from such middle-class mindset, they are especially worried about image in society and police cases and such things.
4.It is rare also to see those in independent professions like CA, doctors facing 498A etc, and my guess is the feminist families don’t target them because they may start to earn well only after putting many years of experience. That kind of long waiting game is not what the feminist wives and their mothers have in mind. So they prefer to target the high-earning men in private esp MNC jobs and prefer them as husbands.
5.For those in family business, if one person has a legal case to attend, other family members or workers can carry out the things in his absence. But for a professional working in a 9-6 job, leaving work to attend court almost always becomes a whole day leave.

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