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HK/2o/3.00

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (CONTD.): It is a good provision. About media, there is a caution in it. It is very good. The fine has been extended up to Rs.25,000. But why can't the word 'imprisonment' be applied? In some cases, there may arise cases like this. The word 'imprisonment' is absent. But the fine may be raised in some cases. If the visual media is viciously publishing all this to magnify the incident in their own fashion, that should be forbidden or controlled. Sir, while supporting all this, I would like to say one thing. It is included here, 'irrespective of marital status'. Care should be taken there. If a person is married having children also and he likes to adopt another child -- suppose, he is having male child and he is not having female child or girl child, or he may have both male and female child and even then he is trying to adopt out of sympathy -- care should be taken that he may not, even the Standing Committee has also given a word of caution there, indulge in the profession of selling or buying children. In the name of helping children, that attitude should not, in any way, crop up. That care should be taken. Sir, I am inviting the attention of the hon. Minister to Children's Homes. What is the condition of Children's Homes? Sir, when I was an MLA in my constituency, there was a very good Children Home. Very often, I happened to visit and see children there. After some years, I heard that now they are not admitting any child. Why? They said that all the financial help to them has been withdrawn, so they are trying to send all the adult boys and girls to their parents and reducing the number like anything. This should not happen. You should take care as to how these Homes are running -- whether they are getting funds; whether water arrangement is there; whether sanitation facility is there; whether there are facilities for children to participate in games and sports. Care should be taken that all these facilities are there. Children who stay there are tomorrow's men. As if they are in the village, as if they are in the home or as if they are in the society, that atmosphere should be brought there. In some cases, I am sorry to say, and some news also came in the newspaper, that the Homes are not treating them in that way. What is the provision you are having for monitoring them at intervals? Are you having some such laws that you can enter these Homes and see as to how they are nourishing these children, or whether facilities are prevailing there or not? If you do not provide such facilities, if the Government do not provide such facilities, then from where will they come? The hon. Minister may say that the State Government will look into the matter. This is another way of passing it on. But this should not be done. The State Government is having constraint of resources. I may speak of the North-Eastern States and the resources they are having. (Contd. by 2p/KSK)

KSK/3.05/2P

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (CONTD): And, in the original Act, you have mentioned that the fund will be in the ratio of 50:50. Where from will these tiny States of Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura manage these funds? So, the responsibility should be of the Central Government. Merely entrusting the responsibility to the State Government will not suffice. Then, proper monitoring is required. Sir, there are news items about the incidents of crime around these homes. There are criminals also in the society who try to have constant contact with the management of these homes and they abuse the child, especially the girl child. Abuse of girl child occurs in many of the cases. I would like to know as to what preventive measures the Government is taking to stop this nuisance. (Time-bell). Sir, I will take five minutes more. Sir, the homes are for children's safety, for their well-being, and these should not turn into the centres of criminalisation of children. I thank the authorities of children homes and orphanages which are doing excellent work. I do not include them in my remarks. I am including those which are actually squeezing the child and making it an instrument of earning money. Throughout day and night, they have put them to labour. If the Government enquires, it will find that in many of the homes, the children are put to work, sometimes in the name of gardening, and sometimes in the name of carrying water. What preventive measures is the Government taking to protect these children? Sir, there are number of Juvenile Justice Boards and Child Welfare Committees. As you have given provision, if you calculate State-wise or district-wise, their number will be quite large. Where from will the funds come and how can you monitor all these Boards and Committees? I think that has to be taken care of. Sir, while concluding, I would like to say that I have gone through some of the Reports - USA Trafficking in Persons (June, 2005) Report; the latest World Bank Report; the Human Rights Watch Asia Report; the International Labour Organisation Report. In a nutshell, I should say that in all these Reports, there is a tendency to make adverse remarks against our Government in respect of child care and preservation of child rights and child development. Why is it so? In the USA Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2005, they have blamed that India did not comply with the minimum standards of elimination of trafficking. There, they have dared to the extent of describing India as a source, transit and destination country for women, men and children trafficking. Sir, I do not know whether these remarks have been contradicted or not. This is a serious issue. If these are genuine remarks, I would like to know what is going to be done. But, if they are not genuine remarks, they should be contradicted. (continued by 2q)

GSP/3.10/2Q

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR (CONTD.): Sir, as far as the child care is concerned, in the latest World Bank Report, they have appreciated the stand taken by the Government for supplying supplementary feeding for the age group of four to six years. They have appreciated that India has developed in arranging for supplementary feeding. But they have mentioned some deviations. What are these deviations? There are two types of deviations. One deviation is that for the age group of 0-3 years, care has been taken properly and the other deviation is that the parents of the children are not properly oriented in the right earnest in matters of child care. The parents' counselling is also necessary. Sir, in these Child homes or the Special homes, whatever you may call, this counselling is not being done properly. Counselling is an unavoidable, inevitable thing.

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Please conclude.

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: Sir, in the end, I would say that we are definitely going to pass this Bill. All of us are supporting it. Sir, we have passed a plethora of legislations in the past. In the year 1933 -- at that time, when I was not born -- the Children (Pledging of Labour) Act was passed; in 1976, the Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act was passed; in 1980, the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act was passed, and, in the year 2000, the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act was passed. (Time-bell)

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Please conclude. You have taken double the time that was allotted.

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: Sir, there is a plethora of legislations. My question is what have we achieved? Have we come up to the expectations? Sir, what is needed is the political will of the Government. My last appeal to the Government is to have a political will and say that we shall take care of the children; we shall do everything for their well-being. Sir, I have the statistics available with me. I was a teacher and that is why it shocks me when I come to know that a boy of 12 or 13 years, who is studying in Class VI, is not there in Class VII. If I send somebody to call his guardians to enquire as to why he is not coming. He would say, Sir, what should we do? (Interruptions)

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Mr. Sarkar, please conclude. I think, you have taken the maximum time. (Interruptions)

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: These are the things. (Interruptions)

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Mr. Sarkar, please conclude. You have taken the maximum time.

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: So, my earnest request to the Government and to the hon. Minister, in particular, is to have a strong will so that we can save the children. Sir, there is a saying, "Today's child is the future citizen of this country". (Time-bell)

MR. DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Please conclude. (Interruptions) Next speaker is Smt. S.G. Indira.

SHRI MATILAL SARKAR: So, my last point is that we should anyhow save the child and see that all the provisions of the Act are implemented properly. Thank you, Sir. (Ends)

SHRIMATI S.G. INDIRA (TAMIL NADU): Mr. Deputy Chairman, Sir, I must be thankful to you for giving me the opportunity to speak on this Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Bill, 2006. Sir, I welcome this Bill with some suggestions. Sir, the juvenile justice is the need of the hour. So, it is the right time that it has come up to help and protect the children. The overriding nature of this Bill in respect of all cases relating to juvenile is the welcome feature of this Bill. The uniformity of non-completion of 18 years of age irrespective of the gender is yet another welcome feature of this Bill. Sir, we are all aware that the Indian Penal Code grants total immunity to the children upto 10 years. (Contd. by 2R/sk)

SK/2r/3.15

SHRIMATI S.G. INDIRA (CONTD.): They are not punished for any offence. So, from the age of 11 to 18, they are sent to the home. And, under this, there is some punishment for them. Conflict in the law is between the age of 11 to 18. This is called the age of adolescent, irrespective of the gender of the child. So, this is the right age that they should be taken care of, particularly, by the parents. If they are not having their parents, they should be taken care of by the Government or the society. This is the period that they should be given proper care and proper guidance. We should think why a boy or a girl is becoming juvenile accused. We should think over that. It should be properly analysed. Here, I must say that if a drop of water from rain falls in the Ganges, it will become holy water. If it falls in the sewage water or drainage, it will become its nature. In the same way, if a child is from an economically strengthened family, there is no problem for that child. If he is from a family which is below poverty line, it will become his fate. Even in Delhi, when we see on the roadsides, on the signals, so many female children, I must call them children because they look below 15 years, are holding a small baby with them and they are begging. Who is behind them? They don't know. So, we should take care of them. They are from that poverty line. If they do not get any money, they will do any crime. So, the social imbalance is the reason behind the creation of such juvenile accused. Healthy environment, social values, etc., are all important in shaping up, moulding and characterising of the children. It must be very much essential in the society. They should not be frowned upon. We should not avoid those children. We should take care of such children in a proper way. In clause 7 (1) (a) juvenile police unit and designated police officers are given some duties. We have seen it in the law. Here I am having one suggestion that police officer should be a woman police officer. I am not blaming and accusing the male section. So, if that officer is a lady officer, she should call that accused and give proper guidance and care to that child. So, this is my suggestion. If the police are having a separate law, through this Act, the police people are giving some duties, if necessary, some amendment should be made in the Police Act also.

Another thing is we should think about the reformation homes. I am also having one suggestion here that the homes for such juveniles should be managed by the women because if they are going into that home, they should come out as a proper children; they should not again come out as accused. That women caretaker will take care of those children. This is my humble suggestion. A good child or a bad child is not there in the hands of the child or ours; it is there in the hands of the society. Hence, such children should have the facility of proper education, vocational training, etc. When the children come out of it, they should have confidence to live in the society, manage the society, manage themselves, and should not depend upon anybody else.

(Contd. by 2s-ysr)

-SK/YSR-GS/3.20/2s

SHRIMATI S.G. INDIRA (CONTD.): If they get any vocational training, they will be able to earn money for themselves. Also, at home, they should be moulded in a proper manner.

Sir, on child abuse and trafficking, I have seen this reported in newspapers and books that a small girl child has been abused and a group of children has been abused. In this area, I want to make one point. This type of crime is being done by gangsters. They pick girl child and do all these crimes. They also pick male children and give them ganja and brown sugar to sell. They also give them proper training for pickpocketing. So, we should see who is actually doing this crime and who is spoiling the society. They should be punished initially before these children are punished. We should know about their background. Before these children are inquired, the gangsters, who are behind these crimes, should be punished immediately and severely by the law. No child has its own mind or heart to do the crime. It is the background which is responsible for this. Even family members sometimes for money send their children to do this. There are so many organisations and NGOs working in the society. We must send these organisations and NGOs to such areas where people belonging to the Below the Poverty Line live and tell them that this is a societal problem and they should send their children to school. Many States are providing free books; they are providing free education up to lower level in the school. We must create the awareness that education is a must and children should go to school. The persons involved in all these crimes should be punished severely.

Last point, Sir, and then I will conclude. If the children are trained as pickpocket, in future, they will become terrorist. Since childhood they are being trained to do such crimes. So, I request the Government and the hon. Minister that in the home also, they should be taken care of and the gangsters, who are involved in such crimes, should be punished severely. With these words, I, once again, welcome this Bill. Thank you very much, Sir. (Ends)

֮֕ן ֤ (ײָ) : ֳ֯ן , ָ ֮ ׻֋ ֛ ֯ ֲ ֮־֤ ֮֯ ֮ פ ߻ 32 ֻ ׌ ֮ ֻ ֤ ֮־֤ ָ֬ ֤ ֤ ֮ ִ ֕ ו ײֻ ָ ֮ ׻֋ ֛ , ׌֟ ־ ֮֟ ָ ֓ ֮ ֮ פ ֟ , ׻֋ ֮ , ֟ ֮ ָ ֮ ו ֻ֮ וÙ, ֕ ִ ֟ , ֮ ֻ֮ , ׻ ֮ ֮ ֮ ׾ֿ (3 ָ ָ)

SC/VKK/3.25/2T

֮֕ן ֤ (֟) : ֮֟ ָ֬ ܵ ևԯ ָ וִ ֟ ֟ ߓ ָ ֛ ָ֬ ָ֬ ֮ ֋օ Nothing is an offence which has been done below the age of seven years.

֮ 437 ߕ̮ , ִ ׻ 16 ֻ , 16 ֻ ֛ , ָ ָ֬ ִ֮֟ ֋ ױ ֮ ֮ ֵ - և Ù ֲ ֓ ֵ ֟ וÙ ִ֮ ֟ , ֲ וÙ ֟ և ױ ߮- ߮ ֛ ߻ ָ י֮ ֛ և ױ ֵָ ֵָ ߮-ָ ߮ ָ֟ ֻ֟ - 6-6 ߮ ֟ , ֮֟ ֮ ֯ ֮ , 6 ߮ ֵָ ֤ ֮ פ ֵָ - ָ 15 ֻ , ֜ ֜ 15 ֻ ֟ , ָ 16 ֻ ֜ ֜ 16 ֻ, 17 ֻ ֟ , 18 ֻ ֟ ו ֛֛ ֟ ױ ֵָ , 16 ֻ , ֜ 16 ֻ 17 ֻ 18 ֻ ָ כ֯י ֟ ָ ӡ ײֻ ֵ , , ײֻ ָ օ פ ײֻ ãן ׾ָ֯ߟ ֯ ָ ֋ ֓ ֻ֟ ו֮ ׸ӛ ָ ֯ , ֋ ָ ׻֋ ־ã , ֮֜ ־ã , ֓ ֮ ׻֋ ־ã , ׻֋ ßֵֻ וִ ׿ , ߓָ , ו ׿ ָ ֯ ֋ - ִ ֮ ֮֮ ֮֯ פ Ù ֛, ֯ ֋ ָ ײָ ֯ ֋, ֓ ֮ ֟ ױ ֮ ֮ ׸ӛ ֻ ֟ ֓ ״ֻ֮ ״ֻ ֟ ױ ֮ ֮ ׸ӛ ֻ ֟ ֮֯ פ ߕꋴ 6 ߮ ߟָ ׸ӛ ֮ ֛օ ֯ ׮־ , ֤ ׮־ ãן ֮ ֟ ָ ֓ ׻֋ ֺ֣ ־ã , ָ ־ã , ָ ָ ־ã ׸ӛ ֮ ֵ֮ ãן ֓ , ֮ ֻ ָ֬ ֋, ָ ֯ ׮־ ָ ֺ ׾ָ֓ ׸ ָָ י ֕ ָ֬ , 16 18 ֻ ߓ ֓ ָ֬ ӡ ׾ָ֓ߵ ׾ֵ , ֻ, ֓ ֻ ãן ֵ , ׻ ֕ 16 18 ֻ ֓ , ָ֟ - ӳ߸ ָ֬ , 25 30 ֻ ֻ , ֕ ֮֯ 18 ֻ ֓ և ֮ ֋ և ֮ ֮ , ֯ ָ ׾ָ֓ , ָָ ָ ׾ָ֓ ָ֬ ܵ ֜ , 16 ֻ 18 ֻ ֓ ... (2 ָ ֿ:)

MP/MKS/2U/3.30

֮֕ן ֤ (֟) : ־ , ߮ ָ֬ ֻ ֮ ãן և ? ӳ߸ ãן և , ָ ׾ָ֓ օ ֯ ׮־ ֯ ӿ֮ ׾֬ ֋ , , ִ ִ־ ָָ ֮ ִ֬ , ֮֯ ꌙ ֮ פ, ֯ ֋, ֮֯ ֮ ֮ פ, ֮ ֻ֮ ׻֋ ֛ ? ֮ ֻ֮ ׻֋ ֮֯ Ù פ, ֮ ֻ֮ ׻֋ ֮֯ ׻ ָ פ, ו ָ ֮ ... և և ֮ ׻ և և ֮ ֮ ? ߙ ֛, ֮ ֛, ֮ ֮֯ he should not be kept in a hazardous place. ֮֯ ײֻ , ֳ֯ן , ֯ ִ֬ ָָ ־ã ֓ ֟ , ׸ӛ , ֲ ֓ ֮ ֋ ֟ , ߙ ֟ , Ӭ ֟ , ָ ֵ֙ ֟ ָ-ߙ וÙ ִ֮ ֛ ֟ וÙ ִ֮ ֲ ֛ ֟ , וÙ ֌ֵָ ߅ ֌ֵָ ֮ ִֵ ֟ , ֯ ֵ֟ , ׻֋ ָ ֯ ׾ָ֓ ֛օ ׾ָ֓ , ֯ ׮־ ָָ ֯ ָָ Ù ־֮Դ և, ו֋ ָ , ֮ Ùߙ֮ ֻև ֤ , ֮֓֯ , ָ߲ ׸ օ ֟ ֯ ָ ֻ ߲ ֻ ֮ ֵ օ ָ ָ ֵٕ֮ , ָ ֿ֤ ָ , ׸ օ , ֓ ִ , ֓ ֜ , և - ֮ ל ׸ ָ߲ 녠 ֓ - ԙ ֓, ꮮև ֓ خ ꅠ ֳ֯ן , ֟ ׸ ָָ ִ֯ פ , ֟ , ָ ׸ , ָ ֓ خ ֺ ֮ ָ , ױ ֓ ָ֬ ֜օ "֕ ֜ ֵ, - " ו֮֟ ꌙ ֮֋, ו֮֟ ֮ ֮֋, ָ ֻ֮ ֯ , ֤ ֜օ ֮֯ ָ , ׻֋ ֯ ֮־֤, ֲ ָ ֟օ (ִ֯)

MS. PRAMILA BOHIDAR (ORISSA): Sir, I support the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Amendment Bill, 2005. The crime rate by juveniles has been low in our country despite having a higher growth of population. The National Crime Bureau statistics suggests that the cases of children delinquencies against the total crimes have been almost constant for the last 12 years vis-a-vis population overgrowth.

The question that arises is why juveniles cannot be stopped at committing crimes in the first place. The socio-economic standard was reported to be responsible for children's becoming destitute, temperamentally weak and morally broken. (Contd. by TMV/2W)

-MKS-TMV-ASC/2W/3.35

MS. PRAMILA BOHIDAR (CONTD.): The society needs to think proactively as to why some children become delinquents. It is by making people aware of the problems and also by investing more for prevention of juvenile crimes, we can make them young healthy citizens.

Much service will be done if policies are directed to ensure investments for prevention of juvenile crimes. To curb children from getting lured to crimes, the media must take the issues to the corridors of power, generate social awareness and take up the task of counselling.

There is a long wait for justice at the observation homes in our country. It was reported in a newspaper recently that a young boy, charged with a crime at the age of 16, was produced for trial when he was 32 years of age. Why did it take so long for the trial? This indicates the failure of the system. With over 3,050 pending cases before the Juvenile Justice Board at Kingsway Camp, Delhi, the whole purpose of the Juvenile Justice Act, which calls for a child-friendly approach in the disposal of matters, stands defeated.

With merely one Juvenile Justice Board to deal with cases from all the nine districts in Delhi, the trials extend up to many years. The work overload and the resultant pendency is taking its toll on juveniles, who end up spending the most crucial years of their lives waiting for justice in observation homes. If this is the state of affairs in the national capital, one can imagine the situation prevailing in the entire country.

Though the existing law is amended, the authorities will still have a role to play, however minimal it may be. All the loopholes in the system should be effectively plugged and a new sense of awareness created. Only then will it ensure that the law is genuinely humane and that the observation homes do their job with the right kind of motivation such as imparting to children the emotional support that they need when faced with harsh realities at an early age. Thank you. (Ends)

׾ֵ֕ ָ (ָ֟) : ֮֮ߵ ֳ֯ן , ֮֮ߵ ӡ ֮ ïߓ ֵ֟ ֓ ׻֋ ֕߾ Ӭ 18 ֻ ؙ և פ ָָ ֓ ׻֋ ָ ִٯ֟ ֟ ֤֕ ֮ ֻ ֤ ָ ֓ ãן , ֮ ֕ ߮ ֤ ֓ ֮ ָ ߾֮ ׮־ ׻֋, ֮ ׻֋ ֤֕ ׯ֌ , ֵ ֮ ָ ִ ֻ ֓ , - և ִ , ֓, ֟ , ָ ָ ֻ֟ , ֕ ãן և Juvenile Bill ֮ ꯙ , Ù ֮ ָ և ֮ ָ֮ 괲ֻ 1989 Convention , ֮ ꯙ օ ֤ ָ 1992 ָ ָָ ꯙ 1996 և ֮ Convention ָ֬ ָ פ ײؕ -90 ֮ ꯿֮ (2x/NBָ ֿ:)

-ASC-NB/2X/3.40

׾ֵ֕ ָ (֟) : ֮ ֤֕ 50 ֻ ֤ ֮ juvenile ؓ֟ ׻֋ ִ ָ ֤ ֟ ֮֮ߵ ֤õ ֟ ֟և , - ־֮֬ ֮ ֛߅ ߴ ֵ֟ Juvenile Act ִ ֯ ֻ և, ׻֋ ֕ 2001 2006 , ֮ ߔ ױ ӿ֮ ֛օ ָ ״֡ ֟ ֟և, ִ֮ ֛, ױ , ִ ֵ֟ ֮ ֮ , ־֕ ו֮֟ ӳ߸ , ֛, ݕ ֱ, ִ 16 ֻ, 17 ֻ, 18 ֻ ֛ ֵ ֵ ֛ և , פ , "ָ" ױ ָ֬ ָ , 16 ֻ ֛ ֮ ֟ ֛ ֛ օ intention of the accused, ֮ ָׯֵ intention , ֮ ֤ ֕ ״ֻ֟ ֓ , ׻֋ ֕ , ׾ָָ֓ ֻ֟ ֋߅ 10 ֻ ֤ 16 ֻ , 16 ֻ ֤ ֯ 18 ֻ , 18 ֻ ӿ֮ , ָ ָ ֮ ֛օ

ֳ֯ן , ױ , ִ ָ֟ 2001 14 , 16 ֻ, 17 ֻ, 18 ֻ ֛ 2002 22 , 2003 31 , 2004 29 , 2005-06 50 , 16 18 ֻ ֛ ֤ 2001 27 ֛ , 2002 39 ֛ , 2003 47 ֛ , 2005 53 ֛ , 2005-06 77 ֛ , 16, 17 18 ֻ ֛ ݕ ֱ , ִ 2005 16 ֛ ݕ ֱ ֋ ָ ־ ֵ֟ ֵ 2001 ֛ 271 ֓ ֋ juvenile ֮ 18 ֻ ֓ ֋ , 2001 ֤ ܵ ֜ 531 և ָ attempt to murder 187 ܵ 550 ֜ և ܵ 175 309 և ӿ֮ , ִ 18 ֻ ֟ , ֛ ָ֟ ֟ ִ֮֟ ״ֻ֮ ֯ ָ ֟ þ ֕߾ Ӭ 18 ֻ ֓ right to voting פ ָ ָ 17-18 ֻ ֛ , ֛ , juvinile ָ֬ ָ, ֓ , ׻֋ ִ֮֟ ״ֻ ֋, פ ֋, ֱֻ ׻ ֵԾ , ӿ֮ ֮ ֻ פ , ִ ֵ օ ָ intention ֻ֟ , ֟ , ָ intention clear , ׮ִֿ ߠ ,

ִ ׮ִֿ ״ֻ֟ , ׮ִֿ , ֮֟ 2Y/HMS ָ ֿ:

2Y/HMS-TDB/3.45

׾ֵ֕ ָ (֟) : ֮֟ ָ ֟, ӿ֮ ֵ֟ prohibition of publication of name, etc., of juvenile involved in any proceeding under the Act. 1 ָ ֵ 20 ָ ֋ , ֟ ? ֕ כ ֯֟ ׿֟ ִ, ֟ ֻ֟ ׻ , Ù Ù כ ֟ כ ָ ָ ֯ ױ 21 ־֮֬ , ֲֻ֟ , ִ ? ׻֋ ָ ֱ -ӛ ׻ ֟ , ׾ָ֓ ֛օ

ָ ׾ֻև ֓ ֟ , ֮ ֟ ֵ֟ ֵ ֮֟ , ֱ 5-6 ֻ ߓ ֓ ֮ ֛ ܵ 15 ֻ ֛ ו , 15 ֻ ֛ ו -֯֙ , ֮ , ֮ ֟ ? ״- օ ֕ ֮ ָ ־ , ֮ ִ ָ ։ ֻ֟ ִ ։, ִ ։ ֯ ֮ ֳ , ֲֻ֟ օ ֟ ״-

ָ ֟ , ׾֮և ֮ әӿ֮ , ָ ֯ ӳ߸ ׾ָ֓ ֓ ־֮ ָ֟ ָ ָ֟ ָ߲ ֓ ֻ ֟ , ֮ ָ߲ ... ... ...... ... ... (ֵ ָ ) ֮ ֻ ׻֋ Ӹ ֟ , ֓ ܵ Ӹ ־ã ׻֋ ׾֮և ִ , , ָ ָ ֟ ֵ֟ ֵ - ֓ ֮ ֣ ӑ ָ ו֮ Ӹ ֓ - -֮ - ׻֋ - ָ ֮ ֛, ֮ ֣ ӑ ֛ ӳ߸ , ֓ ֮ פ ֮ , ֤ ִ֬ ֯ ־ ״׮Ù ָ ֮ 15, 16, 17 16, 17, 18 ֻ ֓ ֯ ֓ ֮ ֣ ׾֮և ׾֮և ֓ ֮ ֓ ו֮ ָ ֓ ֣ ֲָ ׻֋ ָ ߙ ״ֻ֮ ׻֋ և ־ã ֮ ״׮Ù ӿ֮ þָ ײֻ ׸

, ײֻ ֵ ײֻ þ֟ և ֓ ̟֕ ׻֋ ß ײֻ ָߵ ֮֟ ֙ ִ֣Ԯ ֣ ָָ ײֻ ־֮֬ ָ ߴ֮ ָ ֮ ־ ֮־֤ (ִ֯)

(2 /ߋ־ ָ )

HMS/PSV-KGG/2Z/3.50

֮ ֮ ̴֕ (֬ Ϥ) : , ֤ ָօ

֓ ֣ ֱ, ֳֻ ֻֻ ָ ֕߸ ָߴ ײֻ և ֣ ָ ։ ו֮ ֵֻ֟ ָ ֵ ֣ ָ ־ פ ֋ , ֣ ֮ ֯ ־ß ײֻ ֵ֟ 2-4 ְ

ָ, ֓ ׾µ ֮ ßײֻ ֓ ־֮ ָ י ֓ , ׸֮ ֣ ב֮ ָ ֲ , ֓ ֓ ״ֻ֟ , ߔ ׸ ָ , ִִ-ָ ߕ ָ ֮ ֺ ָ ֕߸-- ֮ ֟ ͸߸ ִִ-ָ ֟ ֱ߻ ֣, ֻ ֣

֓ , ו֮ ָ ß֮ ßײֻ י ֓ ֲ֤ ֮ ߲֮ 32 ֤ ߲ ֲֻ֟ ß֮ -ןև ֓ ָ ׮ֳԸ ָ -ןև ָ ׸֮ וͿ ׿ָ ֟ , ׸֮ ֟ , ֵ֮ ֮֓֯ ֓ פֻև ֟ , ֓ ß ָ ֻ ֛

ָ ֓ ֵ֙, ָ-ָ֮, ֟-ߟ ָ׸ ״ֻ֟ , ֓ ׸ ִֵ , ִ ֮ , -֯ ִ ֮ , ֮ , ֮ ֕, ֮ , ֮ և֟ ִ ֮ ָ ֓ ֤ô֟ ָ ֣ ָ , ֓ ֤ô֟ ֛׼ ֓ , ֛ ֮ ֮ ו֮ פ ָ , ֓ ִ֮ פ , ֓ ִ֮ ֮ ßײֻ օ ֓ ֻ֟ ָ ֻ֟ ֻ ָ--ָ ָ--ָ ֵ ֻ ֓ ָ ײֻ ָߴ ײֻ ֕͸ ֮ ָ פ ֵ ײֻ , ָ , ָ ֓ ֕͟ ֻֻ , ָ և 15 ֻ 16 ֻ ֓ ו֮ ׸֮ ָ , ֮߮ ֛ ב֮ ׸֮ ֓ ֕ ֮ ֮ , ֓ 18 ֻ ֓ ֮֮ ֛ ָ ֕ 㸟 ָ , ֟ ײֻ և

֓ ־և , ָ ֛ ֛ , ֓ ֛ ֙֙֟ , פ-֟ ֓ ׸ և , և , ָ ִ֕ ִ֮ 00 ָ ֌ ֻֻ Ͳָ և ֌ , ֓ ֣- ֓ ֮ ׸ ֮֟

֤ ָ, ֻ ֕ , וô ָ ֲ ׮֟ , ֌ ֻ ָ וô ָ ׮ ֵ, ֟ ָ וô ֋ ָ ׮օ ߮ ָ ָ ׮ ֮ ֮ ׿ֿ , ֺ ߮ ֮ ֤ ߚ ָ ׮ ֋ ֮ ֤֟ , ֆ օ ֺ ֕ , ֺ ֲָ ֛ ֕ , ֲָ ֕ , ו ֲָ ֕ ָ߸ ָ וô ָ ׮֟ ֻ ָ ͕֕ʹ וͿ ָ ֕ ׻֋, ײ֛ ׻֋ ָ-ָ ֲ֮פ ָ-ָ ׸ ָ , ָ ָ ֓ ֻ ׾µ ָ֤ (3/000 ָ ֿ:)

3A/klg-kls/3.55

֮ ֮ ̴֕ (֟) : ֲ ֓ ֻֻ ׻ ֟ ֟ , ֓ ֲ ׻ Ӥ ֟ , ֮ ָ ֻ ֮ ֵ , , ָ ֟ ָ ׻ ו ֮ ָ ֻ , ֮ ֛ ߮- , ֛ ߤ-פ ֣ ֵ ֟ , ֲ ֓ , -֯ ׸֮ ׻ ֟, ֮ ״ֻ֟ ӓ ֻ , ֻ ֓ ָ ָ ֛֯ ׻ ָ ֌ ֓ ָ , ֲ ֮ ..(־֮֬).. , ֲֻ֟ -

ܴ , ָ ֤ ֮߅

ָ ָ֮

ִֻ ֤ Ӳ- ֟ , ֱ ָ ֮ ֻ ß , ֺ ו֋ ӯֻߴ֮ , ׸ ֋, ׸֮ ָ ָ ִ ֋ ִֻ ָ ׸ , ָ ß ״ֻ, ָ ֺ ֮ ֺ

ָ ֟ ֟ ָߴ ײֻ և ֺ , ִ , ִ ָ ֜-׻ ָֻ֤ ֓ ß֮ ו֕ ֮֟ , ֟ ? ָ, ןֱ ֤߲ ֟, ֤ ָ, Ӭ ׸ ֮֮ ϵ ֟ ֲָ ֜ ״ֻ ֛-֛ ׮ֵ ֓ , ָ ß֮ ֮ ֲ֕׸ ו ָ ֵ֤ , ָ ֵ ß֮ ֮-׿ ֵ֤ ֟ ֓ ׻֋ ֟ ִ ָ, ֵ֤ ֓ ֯և ֟ , ֓ פ ֟ ׻֋ , ײֻ ֌ ֵ , ָ ײֻ , ֵ֟ , ֣ ֣ ׿ֿ ֟ ֺ ֵ֮ ӯֻߴ֮ , ֱ ֮ ֮ ֋ ֮ ִ ׸ ׻ ֻ

ָ, ֓, ִ , ֲ ִ , ֜և-׻և ֺ , ֮-֮ ֜֋ ? ֮-֮ ? ־֮Դ ָ וִָ ־֮Դ וִָ ״׮Ù ֕֙ ֟ ״׮Ù ֕֙ ִ ָ, ִ֟ , ߸ ֙ ֮֙ ֕֙ ָ ֯ Դָ֤֮ ֣, ӕߤ ֣ ֓ ֤ؕ ָ ßײֻ ֟ , ׸ ״׮Ù ָ ֕֙ ֵ- ־ ״ֻ ֿ, ִ ֋ - օ

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THE MINISTER OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) IN THE MINISTRY OF WOMEN & CHILD DEVELOPMENT (SHRIMATI RENUKA CHOWDHURY): Sir, first of all, I rise to thank all the hon. Members who have taken so much interest and have enriched us by their observations. It also shows us their commitment and to what depth they have analysed some of the issues. This has been really of invaluable help to me. It will also guide us in the future when we think of making some amendments.

Now, overall, we have tried to be as comprehensive as possible and taken into consideration all the various lacunas and the dichotomy that were there because of the earlier Bills. Sir, I would like to clarify some of the issues to all of you so that we are all addressing the issues collectively. The Special Homes under the J.J. Act are being reviewed to improve their functioning so that we can have a much more speedy response as Maya Singhji had asked us. As regards the police not knowing that, this is the truth that all of us know that there are legislations and legislations but quite often police are not sensitising themselves. I am very happy to tell you all and to share with you all that I had a meeting with the Home Minister and at his level it has been decided that we will work in partnership. They will come forward in helping us to spread this message to the police. (Contd 3B)

 

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