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Legal Corporal punishment---Child rights

Discussion in 'Breaking News' started by rajneesh madhok, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. rajneesh madhok

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    The National Commission for Child Rights ( NCPCR ) which at present giving guidelines only no deterrent against corporal punishments , but now the proposed for the new law to prevent children`s in house as well as in society the Women and child development ( WCD) are now come forward in a tough decision and is on final stage of approval and will be soon get green signal in the cabinet .

    In this law the child will be protected by law and the proposed punishment for this will be of one year Jail term or Rs 5000 will be fined for first offence and if necessary gradually will be increased to three years Jail term with a fine of Rupees twenty five thousand for the cruelty of biting child


    The punishment will not only for the educational institution but also for Friends , Relatives , Neighbors , care takers and above all the Parents itself will be show Jail doors for the cruelty on biting children .

    Though children do mistake and do mischief naturally because of the nature but of doing mistakes and going wrong directions or misguided to be controlled by above said peoples but in behalf of these biting in cruelty will now will come under new law enforcement under the National Commission for Child Rights which will be tackle by Women and child development (WCD).


    WCD minister Krishna tirath confirmed of bringing it to Cabinet for soon approval for green signal and in this Ragging is also covered under the proposed legislation because Corporal punishment has been defined as violence and sexual or economic, social, physical will be under the law and for these the National Commission for Child Rights has already discuss with NGOs, Educational Institutions with civil society and other different organization for the approval in cabinet and will likely be get ok by monsoon session of parliamentary work

    The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) was set up in March 2007 under the Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act, 2005, and works at the State, District and Block levels, taking care of specificities and strengths of each region. In order to touch every child in which the The Child is defined as a person in the 0 to 18 years age group.

    So lets hope for the better future of children in society and the cabinet who will pass this law soon for the protection the child under cruelty and un wanted biting with out any sense past time many cases were seen of cruelty to child under such circumstances so this type of law may control child in society.

    http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?265983

    Rajneesh Madhok


     
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