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By LAWSTREET NEWS NETWORK      19 January, 2024 07:21 PM      1 Comments
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NEW DELHI: Save Family Foundation and Men Welfare Trust are organizing the "Legal Seminar on Men's Rights: Hope For Men" to address the issue of false cases against men.

The seminar will explore pressing topics, including the debate over the newly introduced Section 69 of the BNS Act and matters related to matrimonial cases.

Register for this event free of cost and join us live on LawStreet Journal's YouTube channel from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM on January 21st.

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Ritwik Bisaria Jan 19, 2024

Wonderful event. Must join for understanding Men's Rights the current and correct way!!

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