Thank you for your information. I am sorry that your wife has treated you so badly.
Under the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955, there are 5 grounds on which a divorce may be granted:
1. Adultery - Although there is no formal definition of "adultery" under Hindu law, the Courts have defined it as one spouse having sexual intercourse with another person to whom they are not married;
- One spouse leaves the marital home with no intention of returning and stays away for a period of at least 2 years;
3. Cruelty - As in "Adultery", there is no formal definition of "cruelty". But, it includes both physical and mental cruelty. It is important to note that the Court applies a different standard to a wife and to the husband in its determination if cruelty was involved;
4. Impotence - The spouses have not been able to consummate their marriage because of impotency of either the husband or the wife;
5. Chronic Disease of one of the spouses- This also includes sexually transmitted diseases.
I do not think that a letter to the president of India will do you any good with respect to the way your wife has treated you. In order to get a divorce from your wife, the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 requires that the person seeking the divorce must file a Petition for Divorce with the Court. The Court will then provide you with instructions on when a hearing will be held and what information and evidence the Judge will want you to bring.
I hope this information helps you in deciding what steps to take in your situation,
Thank you for the opportunity to be of assistance,