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Monday, February 01, 2010

ஆண்களும் பெண்களும் எப்போதும் சமம்!

எப்போதும் எல்லா விஷயங்களிலும் எல்லோரும் சமமே!

அன்று நடந்தது......




NEW DELHI: Turning the iconic freedom struggle slogan “ jail bharo” on its head, Minister of State for Women and Child Development since Renuka Choudhary on Thursday suggested that the only way to tackle the moral police was to launch a “ pub bharo andolan”.

Choudhary has been at loggerheads with the Karnataka government for failing to protect women in the aftermath of the Mangalore pub attack. Not only were women beaten up in a pub last month but young girls have received threats warning them not to wear "noodle straps or tight jeans" and celebrate Valentine's Day.

"How can the state government allow something (hooliganism) like this to go on? I am watching the situation closely. The Centre will have to intervene if the state cannot manage its law and order," Choudhary said.

She added that the youth could cock a snook by going to pubs in droves to make their point. Sources said posters had come up across the city warning young couples from celebrating V-Day and asking shopkeepers not to keep romantic cards and gifts.

Condemning the incident, All India Democratic Women's association (AIDWA) general secretary Sudha Sundararaman said attacks on women in the name of "culture" and "tradition" were on the rise in many parts of the country. "The truth is these phrases are only being used to mask barbaric violence and violation of gender rights," she said.

Meanwhile, the controversy over NCW member Nirmala Venkatesh refuses to die down. Venkatesh had reportedly absolved the miscreants and blamed pub security for the incident. NCW chairperson Girija Vyas has since distanced herself from the report saying it was the opinion of an individual and not that of the commission. Sources said a decision on the report would be taken on Friday at the commission's meeting.

The WCD ministry on Thursday issued a notice to Venkatesh, demanding an explanation for her remarks and for "dereliction of duty".

In a memorandum, AIDWA too has taken exception to Venkatesh's remarks, calling them "unfortunate". It recommended that NCW take steps to ensure that girls were not at the receiving end at Mangalore.

The WCD ministry has received complaints from a group of nearly 500 software professionals who wanted to take out a peace march on February 7 but were denied permission by the state administration.

Sources said that while there was little that the WCD ministry could do, it was "condemnable" that Sri Ram Sene chief Pramod Muthalik could issue threats to the youth without any fear of reprimand despite being on bail.


இன்று நடந்தது......

Drunk woman rams car into police jeep, 2 killed in Mumbai
30 Jan 2010

The Mumbai Police are clearly determined to build a strong case against Nooriya Haveliwala, the 27-year-old beautician arrested for drunken driving and killing two people in Mumbai on Saturday - among them Police Sub Inspector Dinanath Shinde. (Read & Watch: Drunk woman driver kills two)

Medical tests showed she had consumed 457 ml of alcohol - nine times over the prescribed limit. The police are also testing for possible drug use. (Read: Was drunk woman driver also drugged?)

Meanwhile, Shinde's family wants Nooriya to be given the harshest punishment. "My husband used to work such long hours, often did not have time to eat properly. She should be given the toughest sentence. She should be given death," says Shinde's wife Devyani.

The 46-year-old traffic policeman was a regular on the night shift; his job was to check for drunk drivers. He had followed this routine for five years, returning home in the early hours of the morning.

On Saturday night, he was on duty at Marine Lines when the Nooriya's killer Honda SUV rammed into this police check post injuring five policemen. Shinde later died in hospital - leaving behind his 80-year-old mother, wife and two children

"She has two small children. How is she going to look after them? The government has to think about them," says Devyani's sister Preeti Desai.

Their anguish and anger is shared by the entire police force, which is determined to seek the toughest possible sentence for Nooriya. She has been booked under Section 304 - culpable homicide not amounting to murder, a non bailable offence.

1 comment:

கண்ணகி said...

கொடுமை....கொடுமை...

“செய்வன திருந்த செய்!”

“பெண்கள் நாட்டின் கண்கள்!!” பதிவுத்தளத்திலிருந்து பதிவுகளை “காப்பி” செய்து தங்களது இணையதளத்தில் “பேஸ்ட்” செய்யும் பதிவர்கள் தங்கள் பதிவுகளில் அந்த பதிவிற்கான “பெண்கள் நாட்டின் கண்கள்!!” இணையதள இணைப்பை மறக்காமல் கொடுப்பதுதான் சரியான முறை.