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    In a tragic incident that highlights the societal pressures and expectations placed on women in India, a woman in Telangana jumped off a building following the cancellation of her engagement. The woman, who was in her mid-twenties, had been engaged to a man for several months before the engagement was called off by the groom’s family. According to reports, the family had demanded a dowry from the woman’s family, which they were unable to provide. The incident has once again brought to the forefront the issue of dowry-related violence in India.

    Dowry-related violence is a pervasive problem in India, with thousands of women being subjected to physical and emotional abuse every year. The practice of demanding dowry, which is often seen as a way to secure financial stability for the groom’s family, is illegal in India. However, it continues to be prevalent in many parts of the country, particularly in rural areas. Women who are unable to meet the demands of their prospective in-laws are often subjected to harassment, physical abuse, and even murder. Despite efforts by the government and civil society organizations to curb the practice, dowry-related violence remains a major issue in India.

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    The incident in Telangana is a stark reminder of the urgent need to address the issue of dowry-related violence in India. It is important for society as a whole to recognize the harmful effects of this practice and work towards eradicating it. Women should be empowered to speak out against dowry demands and other forms of violence and discrimination. The government must also take stronger action to enforce anti-dowry laws and provide support and protection to women who are at risk of violence. Only by working together can we create a society where women are valued and respected for who they are, rather than for what they can provide.

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