Interactive meeting of State Women's Commission with National Commission for Women held in Himachal Pradesh

Quick action is also being taken regarding the residence and rehabilitation of the victim women in Chhattisgarh. In a year, more than 1500 cases have been heard and more than 500 cases have been resolved by the Chhattisgarh State Commission for Women. Along with this, 100 cases are being monitored regularly by the commission. This information was given by Dr. Kiranmayi Nayak, Chairperson, Chhattisgarh Women’s Commission in an interactive meeting between the State Women’s Commission with the 2-day National Commission for Women held in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh. In the meeting, the efforts being made in the states on the subject of rehabilitation and assistance to the victimized women and the problems being faced by them were discussed. In the meeting, Mrs. Nayak discussed the work being done in Chhattisgarh on the topic of assistance to women in domestic violence, amendment of law and rehabilitation. Giving information about this, it was informed that along with continuous public hearing in Chhattisgarh, prompt action is being taken to provide relief to the harassed women. On this, all the State Women Commissions appreciated the work being done in Chhattisgarh. Mrs. Nayak also conducted the second day’s session of the meeting. In the meeting, the topic of “problem on women coming into politics and what is the view of the commission on the work being done in it” was discussed. After detailed discussion in the meeting, it was decided that efforts should be made to make a proposal at the central level to make 33 percent reservation mandatory in the Legislative Assembly and Parliament to empower women. In the panel discussion, the chairperson of Chhattisgarh State Women’s Commission, Dr. Nayak also gave her views. He said that on the demand of the Commission for All Women, the Chairperson of the National Commission for Women, the Prime Minister, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, should immediately pass and implement the bill pending for many years for 33 percent women’s reservation in the Parliament of India and the Legislative Assembly of each state. send letter Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading