Petition to Arvind Kejriwal, Prime Minister of India, Government of India, Supreme Court of India, Ravi Shankar Prashad, President of India, Maneka Gandhi, United Nation of India, Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Smriti Irani, United Nations, Amit Shah, International Court of Justice, Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu, Change.org Support Admin, Swati Maliwal, AAP , Arvind Kejriwal, Devendra Fadnavis, Vinod Tawde
*STOP RAPE * Lets change the statement "4th unsafe country for women". Start Death Penalty
We are a part of community called Youth Against Rape. Where we are fighting for those people who are scared to raise there voice against rape, molestation and acid attack. We have prepared a data which projects that many cases are still not being reported and most of the cases are genuine but the victims and witnesses are being threatened or attacked at different occasions. To take a step forward we need to change the mentality of the society and amend few laws against rape, molestation and acid attack criminals and the victims who have faced it. We are students, mothers, brothers, sisters and father's and we want to change the future of India. To make India the safest country in future we need to educate the future generations to be bold and to report any incident they see around them without any fear. Walking on streets would become safer in time. Although we organize seminars with school in every state we still get cases, where people say it the fault of the victim, we fail to understand this blame game. :- Why can't we change the way we think? Let the girls wear what they want to? Why can't teacher teach necessary etiquettes to children in school like other subjects? Humanity can't be taught but laws can be amended. We, at youth against rape have the following demands and aspirations for the betterment of Indian society as a whole:- 1. Execution Of Death Penalty We want implementation of death penalty for Rapist, those who have been sentenced after being proved guity. This measure is important to instil fear among people and to show them that their actions have equal consequences. Few List With Name,Time, Current Status a)Dilip Bankar,13 year, in Sc (b) jitender Bagwan , Divender Dhurndhure , Babu Ketan - 6 Years, in Sc (c) Firoj Saha- 5 years, in Sc , In 2012 Nirbhya case. Total 64 Death Penalty are Pending . We want the law to start implementation from these cases. 2. Punishment For Females Filing fake Cases against men We also want minimum 14 years of imprisonment for females who file fake cases against men to exploit them. The responsibility of ensuring a respectable society is from both genders and no human has the right to destroy another human being's life. Both genders should be equally accountable for their wrong doings. 3. Start Sex Education By Expert's We want compulsory sex education by experts in all schools. Although many acts have been passed by various boards, but due to the failed implementation children continue to be unaware of what they are doing. The increasing cases of juveniles raping are a proof that the education system is going wrong somewhere. We want to sensitize children from the beginning and make them realize their moral responsibility towards society. 4. Forensic Labs We want proper forensic labs in every city with trained and expert doctors for treating the victims. Many cases of tampering of medical reports are common. In the eyes of Justice department, this is the most important evidence, hence should be handled by trained people who understand the importance of this confidential issue and ask themselves if they are doing the right thing. We easily find difference between sex and rape . 5. Shift Case's On Fast Track Court For All Rape Victims - On 12 July Finance minister approved budget of 700 Crore Fund Through Nirbhaya Fund For 1023 Fast Track Court. We want the hearings of all the cases of rape to be in the fast track courts and the verdicts to be announced within 1 month. 6. Victim & Witness Protection program We also want government to pass rules to provide witness protection program to every witness and victim who are involved in the case as there is danger to their life till justice is served, government should take the responsibility of transfer of victim , if needed after investigation for their safety. 7. President mercy rule on Rape Case's We want Indian government to re think about president mercy rule for rapist . A rapist never shows mercy to the rape victim and her family. So why should the system show mercy to him? 8. Permission To Ngo's and Trusts to do Awareness Programs in institutions As Mostly schools reject the proposal for awareness programs after listening to the word rape , sex etc. These are some taboo words that we often hear. We want an official notice from education ministry to make sex education a mandatory subject in every school and college. We have analyised that Mentality Is Not The Reason Behind Rape but it is a major part of this issue. - We Are Working on Each Factor, Rape Cases are increasing rapidly and mostly within normal family. Case 1: The recent rape and murder of an nine month old girl in Warangal (Telangana) . Just think about it and create an image in your mind why this happened? What was the fault of the victim? She was Just 9 months old !!! Case 2: The family of another rape victim was murdered by the MLA before the police took any action. The people are angry now but also in despair. So much has happened till now and no doubt our government is taking good steps but a strict action not taken till now . What are we all waiting for? Do the all People's wants to see India's name on 1st number in the unsafe nation list? First, the Criminal’s rapes the victim and then the system repeatedly rapes the Survivors. Now cases of suicide by Men’s are increasing Day by Day. A lie from girls destroy men’s life and his entire family suffers the consequences. Why can’t the law open the blinded eyes and see the hidden truth? Now we can't ignore these issues any more , if amendment of the death penalty law is not enforced till 16 October'2019 , we have planned something on #17oct2019 . To know about this check hashtag on Instagram , Facebook , Twitter every social platforms. You can support us for this mission on this link :- Facebook Details Instagram Details Please Fight With us Together And Support Youth Against Rape to Stop Rape In India Thank You For Your Support, Specially Change.org Concerned Indian Youth Group, Youth Against Rape ( This 1 Crore + sign is impossible without your help please share the link with everyone through WhatsApp , Instagram or others social platforms )
Petition to Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu
Emergency Medical Care Centers in Railway stations, Trains and Bus stands.
Friends, This is to bring to your attention & necessary action about those people who lost their precious life in railway stations and trains because of no medical help. I lost my father on 20th January 2017 in Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station while boarding train to Chennai in Rajdhani Express (one of the most prestigious and fastest train in India), due to lack of medical facility. My father & his friends has already boarded the train and was waiting for departure, when he felt chest congestion, his friends approached the T.T but they informed that only in Agra medical help can be provided (after 2 hours). They got down and approached the Superintendent for wheelchair (given) who also informed that an ambulance will be waiting but was not available. It is highly disappointing that negligence of medical aid in major railway station & train in the capital city for the passengers has not been provided. It is my kind request to our Honourable Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi and Railway Minister Shri. Suresh Prabhu to provide an emergency medical care centre in railway stations, trains & Bus stands in India for the well being of our fellow citizens/human beings. It is a small step from my family to avoid the situation we’re going through for our fellow citizens. Thanks for your Support, Hemalatha S
Petition to Municipal Commissioner
Petitioning Social Initiative 'De-Concretise- Save Trees save Mother Nature’
Navi Mumbai Municipal Commissioner / Tree Authority, De-concretise Remaining TREES before they die of Concrete, Plaster, Tar or Paver-blocks around the base of trees which suffocates and kills them! Sign the petition to join our campaign in saving such trees. The trees around us are extremely important and have always been necessary for improving the human condition and their very existence. Without trees we humans would not exist on this beautiful planet. We, the humans are causing irreparable damage to our earth. One such damage is done by CONCRETISATION of area around the trees. Concretization is causing havoc to the very existence and growth of this very source and supporter of life on earth. Concretization has many detrimental effects on biodiversity. It causes immense damage to the trees, soil, climate, living organisms and habitat of tree dwellers. Navi Mumbai was once a greener city with tall n healthy trees. Every road had beautiful Canopy. Trees had enough space to grow. All along on both the sides of road had muddy area with enough plantation. But as time passed. Navi Mumbaikars’s are witnessing massive destruction. On the verge of becoming a Smart City, Development and Destruction is going hand in hand. We are more inclined towards making a Concrete City. Navi Mumbai once a cool city is now witnessing drastic climate change. Footpath with paver-blocks and Concrete has replace the muddy lane. In doing so our civics body failed to follow National Green Tribunal Guideline to keep space of 6 X 6 feet space around the base of the tree. Instead we are witnessing each and every tree on Footpath, Divider, Gardens, Hills, all along the Nallahs, Jogging tracks are chocked to death with either cement or paver-block. It not only blocks the seepage of rain water but the soil too has no space to breathe. Which in turn had been responsible for the death of innumerable trees in Navi Mumbai. Remaining are on the verge of dying. Even after repeated request to our civics body to release the trees from being chocked by paver blocks & concrete has fallen on deaf ears. Neither any of our ward representatives have shown any interest. When concretization work is carried out neither Contractor nor any of the officer from Corporation is seen on site. Trees give us shade, clean air, they are home to varied species of birds, reptiles, squirrels. They give us rain, help in augmenting ground water resource. We need to stand by our TREES and urge our Navi Mumbai Commissioner to de-concretise and prevent the trees from any further concretization. With citizens support we have started a drive to make our Navi Mumbai a Green City. Your signature is extremely important to strengthen our campaign. http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Article.aspx?eid=31840&articlexml=Online-petition-to-NMMC-by-green-activist-12032016012024 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009849965212&sk=photos&collection_token=100009849965212%3A2305272732%3A69&set=a.251512751853722.1073741834.100009849965212&type=3&pnref=story https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009849965212&sk=photos&collection_token=100009849965212%3A2305272732%3A69&set=a.287034554968208.1073741838.100009849965212&type=3 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009849965212&sk=photos&collection_token=100009849965212%3A2305272732%3A69&set=a.288620644809599.1073741839.100009849965212&type=3 https://youtu.be/cIyfhBVhYZI
Petition to Honourable President of India, Sri. Ram Nath Kovind
Condemn the undemocratic attitude of TelanganaGovt on the dismissal of 50000 RTC employees
Condemn the undemocratic attitude of Telangana State government Support the strike of TSRTC workers on just demands. About 50,000 workers (including bus drivers, conductors and administrative staff) have been on strike for the last six days to achieve their just demands and the state government is handling the crisis in public transport in a vindictive and undemocratic fashion. We, the concerned citizens, would like to bring the salient issues of the strike and the government attitude to the notice of the people at large to seek your solidarity with the strike and to request you to demand the government to mend its ways. The strike is, in fact, an attempt to protect public transport in the state. Though the charter consists of 26 demands, major demands of the striking workers are not concerned with their financial benefits and they pertain to reviving the ailing public sector public transport corporation. The strikers are demanding the government to make TSRTC as one of its departments, instead of keeping it as a corporation. Indeed, this is the promise given by the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao during the Telangana movement and he repeated it several times. He also promised to provide parity to the RTC staff with the government employees in terms of wages. Even after six years of his governance, neither the RTC was merged with the government, nor the salaries of the RTC staff made equivalent to government employees. As on today, an RTC employee gets Rs 20,000 less salary than his counterpart in the government. The other demands include, regular payment of dues of the government to the corporation (the government had to pay Rs 2.822 crore to RTC during 2014-19 and paid only Rs 638 crore), purchase of new buses to increase the fleet of the corporation (during the last five years not even a single bus was included), extension of services to rural areas (even after Telangana formation there are more than 1,000 villages without bus connectivity), exemption of taxes on diesel (while the neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Kerala governments are taking responsibility of price rise as well as tax on diesel Telangana government is throwing that burden on the corporation, driving it into losses), better working conditions (indefinite working hours, arbitrary suspension and removal of drivers and conductors, unbearable work pressure, etc.), and recruitment commensurate with the need (there has been no recruitment and more and more areas are being outsourced). A Joint Action Committee of various trade unions in TSRTC have given strike notice well in advance, as per the law and have gone into a strike from October 5, 2019. The government that did not take any meaningful, positive action before the strike, came out with a vindictive, brutal and undemocratic statement on the strike day. The Chief Minister himself said all the employees will be terminated if they do not join by the evening of the strike day and it will be considered as “self-dismissal”. With a single pen stroke, he announced that about 48,000 employees are dismissed. He even directed RTC Hospital and other government hospitals not to provide medicare to striking workers and their families. He also said new recruitment will take place with an undertaking from the new employees not to form unions. This is against the Constitution of India and all existing labour laws in the country. The government has also stopped payment of salaries for the last month, which the workers are legally entitled. Consequently, the families of the workers have been undergoing untold suffering that led to an attempt to suicide by many workers. Two workers, a driver and a conductor have succumbed to the attempt. Even then the government is brutally indifferent. Unperturbed with this vindictive attitude, the workers are still continuing the strike and it is the bounden duty of every freedom-loving, democratic-minded person to support the strike, express solidarity with the striking workers as well as to condemn the government’s attitude and demand the government to initiate the process of an amicable resolution of the crisis. Please support the strike of TSRTC workers to meet their demands.
Petition to Government of Pakistan
Pakistan must prioritise mental healthcare and implement mental health legislation.
There are serious violations of the rights of mentally ill in Pakistan. For example, 1 in 4 Pakistanis is suffering from mental health challenges and 80% do not have access to treatments despite the fact that these treatments are cost-effective. Mental health legislation can help develop services to address these issues. https://t.co/dHBNpCCO0X
Petition to colors, Colors Channel, Salman Khan
Ban Bigg Boss as a concept
Bigg boss is definitely not a family show, every year the disgust and nonsense is increasing rapidly. Bigg boss has a hidden agenda, which is not visible to the innocent indian public. Apart from nudity, violence and cheap language, abuse , the show has a lot of agenda which is being transferred to our family our kids everyday. Bigg boss wants to pass a message that your victory is far more important than your relation, somebody else's feelings,their and your own respect , values. It makes you hate someone very badly. They make people fight on purpose for entertainment! Really? What are we teaching our kids to fight like mad for victory? To not sacrifice for your loved ones? To choose between your family/friends? We need to open our eyes right now!!! Instead of just stopping to watch at your own house won't help, there is a world our there that your kids have to step out with, give them a peaceful world.
Petition to United Nations, Indiana Governor, United Nations Security Council, Change.org Support Admin, Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations)
NO NRC MOVEMENT
Indian government stand against, Indian people, NRC, CAB, is a anti civilian low. We want to stop this low.
Petition to MHRD, Ministry of labour and employment, MSME , Ministry of Law and Justice, Supreme Court of India, Pmo
Exploitation of Labourers/workers in private sector.
Today our country is on the path of progress, that's great I love it too. But with the progress of the country, Do the every people of our country also progressing ? Off course not. Everyone needs money to fulfill their needs and a job is needed for money.I am not talking about the government sector or employee, I am talking about the private sector labourers. Those who don't get good salary nor facilities nor respect. Excepts some big companies even today, there are many companies where people forced to work in ₹ 7000/ 8000 of the month which is too little for a family. There are at least three to four people in any family. There is a saying that the basic requirement of any human being is bread cloth and house, but this saying has changed over time.Now the basic requirement of any human being, bread, cloth and house also became education. In any city, a person's food for 1 day is at least ₹ 100.Apart from this, water, electricity, cloth, medicine, education etc, are also spent. How can a person earning,₹250/300 complete these things. The company he works for is growing by leaps and bounds and he can't even meet his family's expenses. Therefore I want the government to bring a rule for all over country, under which the monthly salary of a person working with any company or organisation is at least ₹ 15000/ So that every person can meet at least basic needs of their families. Thank you. Rakesh Kumar Jaiswal