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Need To Take Steps To Reintegrate Women Prisoners Into Society: Chief Justice


Chief Justice NV Ramana additionally laid emphasis upon growing “access to justice”

New Delhi:

Incarcerated ladies usually need to face graver prejudices, stigma and discrimination, which makes their rehabilitation a troublesome problem, Chief Justice of India NV Ramana stated on Wednesday, paying attention to the plight of girls prisoners.

“As a welfare state, we are obligated to provide women prisoners with programs and services that enable them to effectively reintegrate into the society, on an equal basis with men,” the Chief Justice added.

The remarks got here through the Chief Justice’s keynote tackle on the thirty second Central Authority Meeting of NALSA (National Legal Services Authority). He additionally expressed pleasure to see the report on rehabilitation of girls prisoners, which was among the many agenda objects for deliberation.

The Chief Justice additional offered sure measures for reintegration of girls prisoners into the society corresponding to, “non-discriminatory access to education and vocational training, dignified and remunerated work”.

Appreciating the work of the Legal Services Authorities through the just lately organised Lok Adalat on September 11, the Chief Justice congratulated the authorized companies authorities for disposing greater than 29.5 lakh circumstances throughout 33 States and Union Territories of the nation.

Chief Justice Ramana additionally laid emphasis upon growing “access to justice” and said that “although much has been spoken about increasing access to justice, the question remains as to how to ensure effective and substantive access to justice to all classes of people and how to meet these gaps.” 

The assembly was co-chaired by Justice UU Lalit, Executive Chairman, NALSA. Justice Lalit highlighted the difficulty of overcrowding of prisons and confused upon the necessity to take rapid steps in such course. He additionally identified that because of the pandemic restrictions, the faculties are shut and the youngsters residing in juvenile houses, observational houses and kids houses are in unimaginable state of affairs, whereby just one video monitor shouldn’t be adequate to impart fundamental training to kids of various age teams.

Justice Lalit additionally confused upon the necessity to utilise the expertise and companies of regulation college students, who can bridge the hole and might attain grassroot degree of the society by adopting three or 4 talukas of every district throughout the nation.

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