VOICE OF BHARAT 2020 NATIONAL CAMPAIGN SUPPORT FOR SOCIAL CAUSE ON WOMEN ISSUES

VOICE OF BHARAT 2020 NATIONAL CAMPAIGN SUPPORT FOR SOCIAL CAUSE ON WOMEN ISSUES

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M/s. HEAVEN HOMES SOCIETY - REQUEST TO RECOMMEND FOR VOICE OF BHARAT 2020

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN SUPPORT FOR SOCIAL CAUSE ON WOMEN ISSUES

         In India the women folk are facing various problems from womb to tomb such as gender discrimination, equal rights, safety, etc.

         Keeping in mind the above said problems Heaven Homes Society (NGO), represented by Smt.G.Varalakshmi, Founder President, has conducted a programme in the name of ‘Voice of Bharat 2020’ on the occasion of 74th Independence Day on 15th August, 2020.  Around 100 members from various professional fields, who are in respectable position in the society, raised their voice of demands and this petition was prepared on that basis and their demands are available in ‘youtube’ channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeLhOWlt6mmjUqbULWqSWng (or) #voiceofbharat2020.  The following are some among them:

1) Shri.V.V.Lakshmi Narayana, IPS (Retd.), CBI-Ex JD, Addl. DGP

2)  Smt.Vasireddy Padma, Hon’ble Chairperson, Mahila Commission, A.P.

3) Smt.K.Pushpaleela, Former Social Welfare Minister

4) Sri.Paka Venkata Satyanarayan, BJP State VP, Visakha Port Trust Member

5) Smt.G.Kavya Kishan Reddy, Social Activist

6) Smt.Saranala Malathi Rani, National Secretary, Mahilamorcha

7) Shanoor Sana, Film Actress

8) Smt.Saritha, SP Women Protection Cell CID, A.P. Police                      

Basing on the opinion of various persons in different fields about women care, the Heaven Homes Society has been conducting 45 days awareness programme to control the crime on women even though it is the duty and responsibility of both the Central and State Governments and to develop the women empowerment and also on the following among other issues:

1)     There should be extremely strict laws without discrimination towards the process of identification of female infants by gender determination.

2)     Medical and nutritional facilities for pregnant women should be further enhanced.

3)     More funds to be released for meeting the medical facilities and nutritional deficiencies relating to mother and child.

4)     Measures should be taken to ensure that the newborn is vaccinated and cured of diseases.

5)     Financial wealth due to the combination of Sukanya and Samrudhi Yojana, the scheme should be implemented by creating awareness among the people.

6)     Every private public institution must have CCTV footage equipment. This footage should be monitored once a month under the supervision of women police.

7)     Women, who make up 50% of the population, should be given equal opportunities in the public and private sectors in the employment sector.

8)     Women's co-operative societies should be provided employment in rural areas. The government should take appropriate steps to ensure that the handicrafts they make are bought and marketed by the government.

9)     A special package should be allotted to women farmer laborers.

10)    Centers should be set up at the zonal level for the care of women.

11)    A girls' care center for girls set up by the government or by private institutions should be set up in education, employment gurukuls SC, ST, BC hostels but closed circuit videos should be made available all over the premises and also available to the District Superintendent of Police office at every moment.

12)    Narcotic drugs are rampant in the states. This will weaken the youth. The Central and State Governments should immediately set up (1) Special Task Force (2) Special Judicial Trial Court. The new laws need to be changed so that criminals who have escaped through technical glitches can have their records examined and strict laws enacted.

13)    For women working in the private and public sectors 1) Internal Committee 2) Local Compliance Committee should be formed and implemented under the auspices of the Collector.

14)    Classes specifically for the care of female children in each school should raise awareness on the laws on karate, good touch, bad touch, sex education, organic farming and regular menstruation for women.

15)    Women who have shown fighting spirit in all walks of life should be included in these lessons and educated on how to preserve Indian cultural traditions.

16)    From soap to nirodh most of the ads portray women as a commodity. Such ads should be banned.

17)    Films that portray only women as bold and denigrate women's dignity have an impact on children under 25 years of age. So the sensor board should not have an 'A' certificate. Then there is no place for pornography. YouTube channels, web series and social media must be censored.

18)    Aadhaar should be linked to every FB account on social media.

19)    Porn sites that mislead women, men and children should be banned.

20)    Sales of spy cameras need to be streamlined, even if they are scattered across the country (online and offline).

21)    Taking or sharing offensive photos or videos of a woman should be considered as a serious crime.

22)    Every single trading company should also take responsibility for the safety of the female customers who come to them. In their business establishments, hotels, malls, hostels, etc., spy cameras should be checked by their staff but not by anyone else as planned. The owner should be severely punished if he commits such crimes anywhere.  The relevant laws should be amended and strictly enforced.

23)    For the implementation of every woman's life, movement, existence, care and self-reliance, 33% reservation bill for women should be implemented in the legislature.

24)    The government as well as the people should try to implement the above mentioned things responsibly.

Sign and share this petition with everyone you know. Let’s all of us get together and RAISE VOICE.

 

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