Women's Day 2024 : Need For Change in Mentality Towards Women

 
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Women's Day 2024

Women's Day 2024 : Today in the world, women are creating new dimensions of success. On the other hand, many women are becoming victims of heinous violence and crime. Many times, so many misdeeds are done to women and girls that the entire global society becomes ashamed. For example, women are kidnapped. They are abused, burnt or brutally murdered.

But do we ever wonder who those women are? Who are the people with whom violence happens or who do violence to them? What is the root cause of violence? How can this be ended? Such incidents cannot be stopped merely by registering criminal cases and giving punishment, but there is a need to create awareness on a large scale to stop such incidents. Obviously, most of us never consider these questions.

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On the contrary, whenever we see or hear news of violence against a woman. So instead of raising their voice against that violence, they impose various types of restrictions on the women, sisters and daughters of their families. Which itself can be called a type of violence. This is one reason why International Women's Day is celebrated on 8 March. International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is celebrated every year on 25 November by the same United Nations. The purpose of this day is to make people aware of the violence against women around the world. But awareness campaigns remain only on paper. And crimes against women keep increasing.

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Women empowerment is very challenging

International Women's Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. International Women's Day is celebrated globally for women empowerment. But this topic of women empowerment remains the biggest challenging. This time the theme of International Women's Day is 'Chunauti Chune'. Apart from this, it is also a day to raise awareness about the ongoing fight for gender equality and advocate for women's rights and empowerment.

The day is an opportunity to recognize and honor the contributions of women to society and reflect on the progress made towards gender equality. And also to acknowledge the work that still needs to be done. The history of International Women's Day dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. Was celebrated for the first time in 1911. Since then, it has become a worldwide event. Which is marked by various activities including rallies, conferences, marches and cultural performances. Every year this day is celebrated with a specific theme. Which reflects current global and regional issues related to women's rights and gender equality.

The theme of International Women's Day is often chosen to highlight important challenges and achievements in the ongoing struggle for gender equality. Recent topics include “Choose the Challenge.” Which has encouraged individuals to challenge gender bias and inequality. And are “equal to each”. Which has emphasized the importance of collective action to create a gender-equal world. The themes chosen serve as a call to action to overcome the barriers that still exist for women and strive for a more inclusive and equitable society.

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Opportunity to recognize women's achievements

International Women's Day is an opportunity to recognize the achievements of women in various fields including politics, business, science, arts and education. This is a time to celebrate and acknowledge the individuals and organizations that have made progress in promoting women's rights and gender equality. Who have played an important role in furthering these causes. At the same time, International Women's Day also serves as a reminder of the persistent challenges that women face around the world.

Gender-based discrimination, violence against women, unequal access to education and health care, and under-representation in leadership positions are among the many such issues. Which are affecting women and girls globally. The day serves as a platform to raise awareness about these challenges and advocate for concrete action to tackle them. One of the main goals of International Women's Day is to advance women's empowerment and gender equality. This includes efforts to promote equal opportunities for women in education and employment, ensure women's access to health care and reproductive rights, and eliminate gender-based violence and discrimination.

By highlighting these issues and advocating for change, International Women's Day seeks to inspire individuals, communities and governments to take concrete steps towards achieving gender equality. Celebrating International Women's Day also includes recognizing the diversity of experiences and challenges faced by women around the world. This is an opportunity to amplify the voices of women from different backgrounds. Including women who face various forms of discrimination based on factors such as race, ethnicity, religion, disability or sexual orientation. By acknowledging and addressing these intersectional inequalities, International Women's Day aims to advance a more inclusive and intersectional approach to gender equality.

Engaging men and boys in conversations and actions that promote gender equality is essential to driving lasting social change. International Women's Day provides an opportunity to emphasize the importance of male allies and highlight their contributions in advancing women's rights and empowerment. Participating in International Women's Day can include a wide variety of activities. These range from participating in events and discussions to supporting initiatives that promote women empowerment and gender equality. Individuals and organizations can use this opportunity to raise awareness of specific issues affecting women, advocate for policy changes, and support women-led initiatives and businesses. International Women's Day reminds of the importance of continuing to fight for gender equality and women's rights.

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Women are no less, they even file false cases

It is not that only men are responsible for the condition of women. The woman herself is responsible for her situation. Nowadays many such cases are seen in the country. The cases of misconduct which turn out to be lies. Such cases even reach the courts. Many times the person concerned has to go behind the bars, but later he gets relief only from the honorable court. In one such case, on February 5, 2024, Allahabad High Court made a strong comment against those who filed a case in a case of misconduct and then retracted their statement. This was a case of gang rape.

In one such case, while granting the bail of the accused with conditions, the High Court said that whoever has lodged such an FIR has turned hostile. Action should be taken against him also. This should absolutely happen, so that the woman who files false cases also knows the law. Allahabad High Court said in its comment that such cases come before the court every day. In which initially primary registration is done under Rape, POCSO Act and SC ST Act. Discussions continue on that basis. And both money and time are wasted.

In these types of cases, the victim's family also receives money from the government. But after time passes the trial starts. So he becomes a traitor by joining the other party or does not support the prosecution's story. This kind of trend should stop. Whoever has registered such primary. Legal action should be taken against him also. This is not the first case. When the court has made such comments. Such decisions have also been taken in rape cases registered after love relationships. In which the court held that consensual love relationships cannot be rape.

Even in Haryana, the victim and father had retracted their statement.

Recently, a similar case came to light in Haryana on February 27, 2024, in which the Punjab-Haryana High Court gave a big relief to a 22-year-old youth who was convicted of raping a 15-year-old minor and suspended his sentence. . The youth was sentenced to 20 years by the fast track court of Ambala. While filing the petition, Ambala resident Shashi, through advocate Vasu Rajan Shandilya, had sought suspension of the sentence pending appeal against the fast track court order of January 17, 2023. Punjab and Haryana High Court, while giving its verdict after hearing all the parties, said that the victim and her father have denied the rape.

In such a situation the punishment can be suspended. In this case, the victim's father had complained to the police that his daughter had been kidnapped. The police had recovered the victim from the possession of the petitioner on 31 May 2020. The victim had given a statement that the petitioner had raped her. After this the police had registered the case. Later, the victim herself and her father had repudiated the accused. Society needs to think deeply on such matters also. On one hand, there is a need to change the thinking in the society regarding girls and women. On the other hand, girls and women should also think that their false allegations can spoil a person's life.

Superfast News Coverage By YuvaPatrkaar.com Team

Publish Date: March 08, 2024

Posted By Sunita Verma

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