Women Rights Bill To Be Brought In Next Assembly Session By Kejriwal: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal likely to bring the women rights bill in the next session of assembly.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a statement on Saturday that he will bring the women’s rights bill in the coming Assembly session. He said that protection of women is the top priority to AAP govt and by bringing women rights bill he want to give more teeth to the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW).
The main aim of Women’s Rights Bill, 2015 is to strengthen Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) by giving it more administrative and judicial powers, and also to include recommendation made by Justice J S Verma Committee of the Nirbhaya rape case.
The Chief Minister quoted during consultation of draft bil at secretariat that the girls who are going out should feel secure which then makes their parents feel secure and our aim is to provide a system where women can roam freely around the city.
He also said the example of his family saying that even he and his family will feel worried until hid daughter returns from the IIT campus.
The AAP govt installed CCTV cameras in all the classes of three schools as a pilot project for the safety of women and girls.
The students told that they were happy as teachers have stopped beating them. Students also shared that cases of theft from school bags have gone down with the installation of CCTV when Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia went to take feedback and interacted with the students.
The CM also said that they were considering to install CCTV cameras in public transport buses to put a check on road side romeos teasing girls.