The Tripura Women’s Commission organized an awareness program on crimes against women and children at the conference hall of the office of the DM (West), Debapriya Bardhan. The program was attended by the Women’s Commission Chairperson, Barnali Goswami, DM (West), Debapriya Bardhan, and Chairman of AMC, Dipak Majumder.
During the program, the speakers discussed the alarming rate of crimes against women and children and emphasized the importance of taking measures to prevent such incidents. The Chairperson of the Women’s Commission, Barnali Goswami, expressed her concern over the fact that despite having several laws and regulations in place, incidents of crimes against women and children are still prevalent in the country. She appealed to all authorities to be more sensitive to such crimes and ensure quick disposal of justice.
Crimes against women and children have been a persistent problem in India. In recent years, there has been an increase in the reporting of such cases, but the conviction rate remains low. The government has implemented several measures to address the issue, including the introduction of stringent laws and the creation of special cells in the police force to deal with crimes against women and children. However, there is still a long way to go in terms of creating awareness and bringing about change in societal attitudes towards women and children.
The Women’s Commission has been playing a crucial role in promoting the rights of women and children and addressing issues related to their safety and well-being. The Commission conducts various awareness programs and workshops to educate people on the importance of respecting women and children’s rights and the need to prevent violence against them.
During the program, the speakers highlighted the need for collective efforts to combat crimes against women and children. They emphasized the role of society in creating a safe and secure environment for women and children. The speakers also discussed the importance of educating children from a young age about gender equality and the need to respect women and children’s rights.
The program was well-received, and attendees appreciated the efforts of the Women’s Commission in organizing such events. Many expressed their concern over the rising incidents of crimes against women and children and the need for a more stringent action plan to tackle the issue. The DM (West), Debapriya Bardhan, lauded the efforts of the Women’s Commission and assured attendees of the government’s commitment to addressing the issue.
The Women’s Commission’s awareness program on crimes against women and children is a step towards creating a safer and more inclusive society. Such programs play an important role in creating awareness and educating people on the need to respect women and children’s rights. The government and all stakeholders must work together to ensure that measures are taken to prevent crimes against women and children and to bring the perpetrators to justice. It is only through collective efforts that we can create a society where women and children feel safe and secure.