Smriti Irani, Union Women and Child Development Minister, said that the government is working on the most stringent laws against trafficking of women and children.
This Menstrual Hygiene Day minister of women and child development calls for educating both the genders about menstruation and that it is nothing to be ashamed of.
The Home Secretary to India issued a clarification stating that the sanitary napkins are essential commodities that should be supplied in the COVID-19 lockdown without interruptions.
Dr Janaki Ammal, who left her flourishing career abroad and came back to India to serve her country, will also be remembered through a chair dedicated to her in the field of biotechnology.
The bill allows women “willing” to be surrogate to Indian married couples and single women. It also allows the person using a surrogate mother to only pay for her medical expenses to reduce commercialization of the act.
“It has long been a need articulated by women and parents across the country, a concern shared by many NGOs that today finds resonance in these two projects.” – Smriti Irani.
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The Protection Of Children Against Sexual Offences (POCSO) Amendment Bill seeks to death penalty of aggravated sexual assault against children.
According to the new amendment bill, sexual assault against children below 16 years of the age, will be charged with 20 years of imprisonment.
The bill aims to tackle extreme cases of sexual violence against children and child pornography by making punishment more stringent and mandating death penalty for convicts of brutal sexual crimes against minors.
According to Ministry of Women and Child Development’s latest data, Sex Ratio at Birth in India has risen from 923 girls per 1,000 boys to 931 girls per 1,000 boys in the four years between 2015-16 and 2018-19.
Union Minister and MP from Amethi, Smriti Irani recently shared a post on Instagram against school bullying. Irani has revealed she had taken down a picture of her daughter from Insta because a boy at her school was bullying her over it.