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Shorthand Dictation 80 Words per minute “ Bill Regarding Women ” , Test 5 Minutes with 5 Minutes Audio Dictation, Shorthand Outline and Text Matter. Test 18




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         18 Madam, in respect of this Bill, along with the amendments which have been brought from the side of the Government/ after discussion yesterday, broadly we welcome the Bill itself.  But this should have been discussed amongst the Chief Ministers of the/ various States.  They are the implementing agency.  It is being done very expeditiously but much discussion is needed in/ this Bill.  Every citizen including a woman is having the right to live with the dignity and honour which is/ guaranteed in Article 21 of the Constitution.  Sexual harassment like even eve-teasing of woman amounts to violation of rights (100) guaranteed under Articles 14 and 15 of the Constitution of India.  For meaningful right within the ambit of Article 21/ of the Constitution, every woman is entitled to enjoy economic, social, cultural, and political rights without discrimination.  The primary concern both at international and at/ the national level is about devastating increase in rape cases and cases relating to crime against woman.  India is no/ exception to that.  Sexual violence is not only an unlawful invasion of the right of privacy and sanctity of the (200) woman but a serious blow to the honour.  It leaves a traumatic and humiliating impression for her conscience, offending her/ self-esteem and dignity.  Rape is not only a crime against the woman, it is a crime against the entire society/ itself.  It leaves a scar on the most cherished possession of woman, that is, her dignity, honour, reputation and not/ the least her chastity.  It destroys entire psychology of a woman and pushes her into deep emotional crisis.  It is/ a crime against basic human rights and also violates the victim’s cherished rights.  In that context, today is very (300) important day because this Bill has come. This Bill is most demanding Bill which has come today.  It really needs/ support in the sense of the term but here we have certain points.  We have given certain amendments.  Those amendments/ are also similar to the amendments of the Government.

          Madam, experience says that these types of offences are sometimes seriously/ abused.  Today, the experience says that the offences in relation to clauses 490 and 498A of the Indian Penal Code/ are seriously abused in our country itself.  This should not be abused.  If it is abused, it would be totally (400) insignificant.  If it is not abused, if it is properly.


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