is it compulsory that women in india have to leave their parents home after marriage
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1) why its compulsory - its a quesion and if you are an Idian boy/girl than only you can able to answer it
2)my topic:- yes it is compulsory for a girl in india that she have to leave her parents house after marriage.its a rule
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everybody in India knows that a girl have to leave her parents house after marriage. Its a fact .my opponent have accepted this challenge which i appreciate but a fact is a fact nobody can change this fact.you can ask any Indian. no mater if a girl is earning or independent still she have to leave her own house and have to live with her husband and his family.
it is now became a rule .a rule which is not written in our constitution.a rule which is not written anywhere but everybody follows it . i am not saying that i am against this .I am even not saying that a girl should not leave her house. i am saying why its a rule. why its not a choice.
an Indian girl can sacrifice anything. even if she will be given choice or option still she will choose to leave her parents home because she may not be able to see her husband living with her and missing his parents and getting sad. so is it fair ? only because she cant see her husband sad people consider it as a rule
an Indian girl knows how to hide her tears well and can learn how to be happy without her parents in new house with new family.she cant see her family or her husband in pain. so that is why she keeps sacrificing things .only because she can manage all this ( here i mean she is strong enough to hide her pain just to see her husband happy)so well so she cant be given choice or in other words i can say only because she is master in hiding her tears it became compulsion on her
since from childhood a girl has been taught that this is not her home.one day you have to leave it .your husbands house is your real home. why its compulsory? is it a curse to become a girl !
Arcanas forfeited this round.
Con needs to prove his in order to win the debate. Although it was unclear what the resolution was before, she shows what it is and what her side is in this sentence. Unfortunately, she fails to bring any evidence to the table that proves that this is the case. As the one with the burden of proof, Con must prove her statement. Not show that it probably is true, could be true, or might be true, but completely true. Con doesn't even give us a source, leading us to believe that there is no evidence, and thus my opponent has not fulfilled the burden of proof she had for this debate. She did not prove that it is compulsorary and essentially loses.
With her BOP unsatisfied, Con essentially cannot win this debate. Vote Pro
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Vote Placed by tejretics 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct to Con because of FF. Con did *not* argue against the resolution; she seemed to *accept* it and just commented on it being unfair, as Pro pointed out. The resolution, "is it compulsory that women in india have to leave their parents home after marriage", is *not* compatible with Con's arguments. Pro used the only source in the debate.
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