There is a law in Bangladesh called women torture law. But there is no law of male torture. Because of this law, men are constantly faced with danger. But those who do not have the money, they are married to the rest. If the marriage breaks down, no matter what the cash or the cash is, the male family has no choice at all. Political leaders took a stand against men. As a result, the femininity of women increased. Once upon a time, they continued to do what they pleased. I have seen in my own eyes that many girls have pooled this law and put more families down the road. But the law is not doing anything for women. But in my view, to change Bangladesh, it is important to change this law. Rudro M Al-Amin