महिलाओं के प्रति समाज की मानसिकता बदलना ज़रूरी – सत्य पाल जैन

चंडीगढ,19 मार्च, 2019. चण्डीगढ़ के पूर्व सांसद, भारत सरकार के अपर महासलिसिटर एवं भारतीय जनता पार्टी की राष्ट्रीय कार्यसमिति के सदस्य श्री सत्य पाल जैन ने कहा है कि समाज में महिलाओं के प्रति हो रही ज्यादतियां और अत्याचारों को रोकने के लिये समाज की मानसिकता को बदलना आवश्यक है। उन्होंने कहा कि कोई भी समाज तब तक उन्नति नहीं कर सकता जब तक उस समाज की महिलाओं को समाज में सम्मान की निगाह से नहीं देखा जाता तथा उन्हें हर तरह के शोषन और अत्याचारों से मुक्त नहीं रखा जाता।

         श्री जैन आज उनके द्वारा हाल ही में गठित समिति ‘पीड़ित महिलाओं की सहायता समिति’की पहली बैठक को सम्बोधित कर रहे थे। इस बैठक में, औरों के अतिरिक्त, श्रीमति अनामिका वालिया, श्रीमति रमा मथारू, श्रीमति चरण कमल कौर, श्रीमति रेणु रिषी गौतम, श्रीमति पूनम ठाकुर, मोहतरमा नजमा खान, डॉ. शिप्रा बंसल ने भी भाग लिया।

         श्री जैन ने कहा कि इस समिति के बनने के बाद कुछ ही दिनों में 5 केस उनके पास आये हैं जिन्हें मुफ्त कानूनी सहायता दी जा रही है। उन्होंने कहा कि ट्रिपल तलाक, दाज-दहेज के लिये बहुओं को घर से निकालना, मारना, जलाना आदि किसी भी सभ्य समाज पर एक कलंक है तथा जिस समाज में यह कुरितियां रहेगी वह समाज अपनी उच्चतम स्थिति को छू नहीं पायेगा।      समिति की अध्यक्ष श्रीमति अनामिका वालिया ने कहा कि इस समिति का विस्तार शहर के हर सैक्टर से किया जायेगा, ताकि महिलाओं की इस प्रकार की समस्याओं का जमीनी स्तर पर ही निपटारा हो सके। उन्होंने कहा कि यह समिति पूर्णतया गैर राजनैतिक है तथा इसका एकमात्र उदेष्य समाज में पीड़ित महिलाओं, चाहे वे किसी भी धर्म या जाति की हों, उनके उत्थान के लिये कार्य करना है।

Satya Pal Jain constitutes Committee to provide legal help to victim women

Chandigarh, March 10, 2019. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Ex-City MP and Additional Solicitor General of India, in pursuance to the slogans of ‘Beti Bachao – Beti Padhao’ and ‘Women Empowerment’ initiated by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Sh. Narendra Modi, has constituted a committee of 55 women activists to help and assist all women, irrespective of their religion, caste or state, who are victims of various types of atrocities, like Triple Talaq, Domestic Violence, Dowry etc. etc. This committee will assist the victims and destitute women in fighting their cases in the Punjab & Haryana High Court as well as various other Courts in Chandigarh. This committee will also advice and counsel such harassed women and, if need be, give them free legal aid as well.

To begin with, the activities of this committee shall be confined only to the cases in Chandigarh and, if need be, such committees shall also be formed for other places within the jurisdiction of the Punjab & Haryana High Court. This committee consists of 25 practicing women advocates and 30 other women social workers.

This committee will work under the overall supervision of Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Additional Solicitor General of India.

The names of the members of the committee are:-

Advocates:-

  1. Mrs. Bhavna Datta
  2. Ms. Puneeta Sethi
  3. Ms. Gehna Vaishnavi
  4. Mrs. Sharmila Sharma
  5. Ms. Neha Sharma
  6. Mrs. Anita Balyan
  7. Mrs. Gurmeet Kaur Gill
  8. Mrs. Geeta Sharma
  9. Mrs. Monica Chawla
  10. Mrs. Rajni Narula
  11. Mrs. Saigeeta Srivastva
  12. Mrs. Sonia Sharma
  13. Mrs. Anupama Sharma
  14. Mrs. Savita Chaudhary
  15. Ms. Shweta Nahata
  16. Mrs. Shalini Attri
  17. Mrs. Poonam Thakur
  18. Mrs. Renu Rishi Gautam
  19. Ms. Amrita Singh
  20. Ms. Kanica Sachdeva
  21. Mrs. Supriya Arora
  22. Mrs. Anu Sharma
  23. Mrs. Nitika Gadkari
  24. Ms. Tanvi Jain
  25. Ms. Alisha Arora

Social Workers:-

  1. Mrs. Anamika Walia
  2. Mrs. Rama Matharu
  3. Mrs. Mamta Dogra
  4. Mrs. Balvinder Rana Rubi Singh
  5. Dr. Meena Chadha
  6. Mrs. Rubi Gupta
  7. Mrs. Pooja Bakshi
  8. Mrs. Pooja Barar
  9. Mrs. Rekha Sood
  10. Mrs. Arti Sharma
  11. Dr. Sheenu Aggarwal
  12. Mrs. Charan Kamal Kaur
  13. Mrs. Meera Sharma
  14. Mrs. Kamini Sharma
  15. Mrs. Vineeta Garg
  16. Mrs. Geeta Sachdeva
  17. Mrs. Neetu Thakur
  18. Mrs. Ashu Sharma
  19. Mrs. Teena Sehgal
  20. Mrs. Anjali
  21. Mrs. Sangeeta Pandey
  22. Mrs. Shipra Bansal
  23. Mrs. Rajni Singh Thakur
  24. Mrs. Meenakshi Thakur
  25. Dr. Kanchan Chandan
  26. Mrs. Neha Gupta
  27. Mrs. Anita Khanna
  28. Mrs. Akansha Sharma
  29. Mrs. Parvesh Chauhan
  30. Mrs. Reeta Rani Sood

Time to pay more attention to personal problems of Women – Satya Pal Jain

Chandigarh, 2nd March 2019. With an aim to take a healthy initiative for women NGO Zenith Roots joined hands with “Nanhe Kadam” and “Rotaract Club” and launched a Stain campaign today by starting a “Period March” from Indian Express point to Yavnika Town Park (Panchkula).It’s the world’s first ever Period March, started on the eve of International Women’s day which targets sensitive women issues.

The march began with a joint flag hosting ceremony by Additional Solicitor General of India (Ex. MP) Sh. Satya Pal Jain.

Sh. Satya Pal Jain said, “I really feel proud to be the part of this campaign. Women today are progressing and making a better world and Mrs Renu Mathur is one of those women who is contributing to empower the women by taking such a great initiative to talk about periods and also teaching each and every women use of biodegradable pads which will not be harmful for the environment thus also contributing towards the swachh bharat. So I only want to say that periods are nothing to be ashamed of we should talk about it so that women do not feel uncomfortable.”

Thanks Padwoman and renowned social worker Mrs Renu Mathur said, “As a woman, I want to aware every woman that she is not an object but a human being with equal rights. People in India think that Periods are a disease for every women .Women feel shy to talk about periods and that’s the reason many of them do not know about the basic hygiene, this is the reason we planned a “Period march” which will hopefully change the views of every individual. Menstruation is a cycle which occurs every month and there’s nothing to be embarrassed. Talking about education of slum children, she appreciated Ms Renu Goel’s work and efforts and Mr Chinmay Abhi, head Rotaract Club Mohali for his major efforts in this march. She further added that the involvement of youth in these subjects matters.”

Among others, Mrs Renu Goyal, Mr. Chinmay Abhi, Mrs Anamika Walia, Mrs Rama Matharu were also present.

The stain campaign is mainly aimed at removing taboos against periods, guiding women not to use dirty cloth but to hygienically use homemade biodegradable sanitary pads which will save them from many diseases that can occur without the use of sanitary pads with the motive of teaching them the value of “Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat”. The campaign also aims at talking about the labour room abuse which many women are unaware off. The “BetiBachao” campaign is a part of this ongoing effort, said Renu Mathur. Present on the occasion Durga Shakti team from WPS Panchkula also shared information about women’s safety.

महिलाओं और बच्चों पर अत्याचारों के विरूद्ध चले जन आंदोलन – सत्य पाल जैन

चंडीगढ़ 23 फरवरी, 2019. चण्डीगढ़ के पूर्व सांसद, भारत सरकार के अपर महासलिसिटर एवं भारतीय जनता पार्टी की राष्ट्रीय कार्यसमिति के सदस्य श्री सत्य पाल जैन ने कहा है कि भारत के प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेन्द्र मोदी ने ‘‘बेटी बचाओ – बेटी पढ़ाओ’के आंदोलन का नारा देकर तथा ‘‘ट्रिपल तलाक’पर प्रतिबंध लगाने का बिल लाकर देश में महिलाओं पर हो रहे अत्याचारों पर करारी चोट की है। उन्होंने कहा कि आज आवष्यकता है कि सारा देश समूची देष की महिलाओं तथा बच्चों पर हो रहे हर प्रकार के अत्याचार के विरूद्ध एक जन आंदोलन के तौर पर खड़ा हो जाये।

           श्री जैन आज प्रातः बद्दी में महाराजा अग्रसैन विष्वविद्यालय में भारत में ‘‘महिलाओं एवं बच्चों से अन्याय- कारण एवं समाधान’विषय पर आयोजित राष्ट्रीय सेमीनार में मुख्य अतिथि के नाते उपस्थित जन समूह को सम्बोधित कर रहे थे। श्री जैन ने दीप प्रजलन करके इस सेमीनार का उद्घाटन किया तथा वाईस चांसलर डॉ0 आर. के. गुप्ता एवं श्री सुरेष गुप्ता ने उन्हें टोपी, शाल तथा फूलों का गुलदस्ता देकर सम्मानित किया।

           श्री जैन ने कहा कि इतने कानून होने के वाबजूद भी देश में महिलाओं एवं बच्चों पर अन्याय शोषण एवं अत्याचार की घटना जारी है। उन्होंने कहा कि जो देश या समाज अपनी महिलाओं की इज्जत नहीं कर सकता, उसका भविष्य कभी भी उज्जवल नहीं हो सकता। उन्होंने कहा यदि जन जनार्दन धर्म, जाति, भाषा या प्रान्त के भेदभाव से उपर उठकर, समाज में कहीं भी महिला या बच्चों पर हो रहे अत्याचार के विरूद्ध अपनी आवाज बुलंद करना शुरू कर दे तो समाज में यह अन्याय एवं अत्याचार की घटनायें बंद हो सकती है।

      श्री जैन ने कहा कि एक महिला अपना सुख दुःख छोड़कर परिवार समाज एवं देश की सेवा करती है तथा ऐसी महिलाओं से अन्याय करना घोर पाप एवं अपराध है। 

Take early decision on increasing Old, Widow and Disabled pension from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 2,000 per month – Satya Pal Jain

Chandigarh February 22, 2019. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Ex – MP and Chairman of the Social Welfare Committee constituted by the Administrator UT Chandigarh has urged the Chandigarh Administration to take an early decision on the recommendation of the Committee for enhancing the Widow, Old age and Disabled pensions from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 2,000 per month.

                  In a letter to Sh. VP Singh Badnore, Administrator UT Chandigarh, Sh. Jain has said that the Social Welfare Committee in its meeting held on 26-11-2018 had unanimously recommended to the Chandigarh Administration to increase the Widow, Old age and Disabled pension from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 2,000, per month. This recommendation was sent to the higher officers of the Chandigarh Administration on 4-12-2018 and the matter is still pending under consideration of the higher authorities of the Chandigarh Administration.

                  Mr. Jain said that in Haryana this pension has now been increased from Rs. 1,000 to about Rs. 1,800 – 2,000 per month. The beneficiaries of this scheme are people who need more social and economic protection from the society. In this view of the matter there is an urgent need to increase the pension at an early date.

               Mr. Jain also said that the code of conduct is likely to be imposed in the first or second week of March. Therefore, it will be better if a final decision is taken on this recommendation before that, otherwise the matter might get delayed by another 3 – 4 months.

Increase the number of CGHS Dispensaries in Chandigarh, Satya Pal Jain to Union Health Minister

Chandigarh, February 19, 2019. Sh. Satya Pal Jain, Ex-City MP and Additional Solicitor General of India has urged the Central Government to increase the number of Central Government Health Services Dispensaries in Chandigarh from one to at least five.

Sh. Jain had raised this issue in the last meeting of the Governor’s Advisory Council also where the Governor had assured him of looking into the matter.

In a letter to the Union Health Minister, Sh. Jain said that there are a total of about 31,000 Central Government employees, both sitting and retirees who are entitled for medical assistance from the CGHS dispensary in Chandigarh. But there is a total staff of only about 22 employees, working day and night to attend to the huge rush of patients in this dispensary.

Sh. Jain said that during the previous NDA Government in 2003, when Smt. Sushma Swaraj was the Union Health Minister, she had agreed to increase the number of CGHS dispensaries in Chandigarh from one to five. However, after the Congress Government came to power in 2004, it did not do anything in that direction.

He said that one dispensary for 31,000 employees is highly inadequate. He said, when our Prime Minister, Sh. Narendra Modi Ji is trying to extend the benefit of medical facilities to each and every citizen of India, it is essential that in Chandigarh there are at least five CGHS dispensaries so that the senior citizens and other such Central Government employees, both sitting and retirees can avail all those facilities.

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