Domestic violence is a type of behaviour with another partner. It consists of rape, physical violence, abuse and stalking. It can affect both men and women including the children. Women are mostly victims of domestic violence, as women are always in danger and are not safe from their families. In a UN report, 35.5% of women and 28.5% of men have experienced domestic violence. 70 and 90% of women suffer from domestic violence.
It can also affect the behaviour of children. Respect of women is gradually declining that leads to sever losses. The women being part of every society should have been respected, but unfortunately, ignorance has put their respect at risk. Therefore, we must say no to domestic violence. The human rights organizations must take very serious steps in this connection. —Turbat, Balochistan