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50 Comments

  1. Monalisa Murmu on May 13, 2020 at 4:36 pm

    Afterall the sudan government made a good decision to end such a rubbish practice like female genital mutilation.
    The government of sudan should finish these practice from grass root level only enforcement of rule is not important.
    # The people of these country must aware of the health issues of child relating to these.
    # If any person of society still force the child to do this then strong actions should be taken.
    # the society should educate more and about the sex education is necessary.
    # mass awareness is very much important.
    Thank you..

  2. ShAd KhAn on May 13, 2020 at 4:37 pm

    2:46

  3. Rohit Kanozia on May 13, 2020 at 4:38 pm

    Female genital mutilation as mores very difficult to remove even after implementation of laws. A thing which was coming from past 30 years, not easy to eradicate whatever it is. Implementation at ground level must for eradication which is only possible through collaboration. So government should emphasize on promoting awareness among the citizens. So in my opinion government has to do strict action and also seeking support form people because country is on the way to democracy.

  4. ashish singh on May 13, 2020 at 4:42 pm

    Centre should not allow exemption from welfare laws for workers mooted by states, yes I totally agree with this. As we all know the country’s economies on the record lowdown by the covid19 pandemic and to overcome from this central government is practiceing many tectiques to improve it , where it’s also states government responsibility too to think about it. with regards to this every states have planned there chart to ramp up there economy. But u can’t change the whole scenario to just make your economy good , you have to think about the impact of the decision in future too. Like this MP government has made implementation in there labour’s laws of factory acts to Change the working hours to 12 from 8 and 72 hours in a week. Contemporary to this UP government also do many changes in there labour’s laws except some like child labor,women working and few more. But the real thing is that first government to implement any laws regarding workers, they must have to think avout the safety measures of them, canteens for fooding, shelter to rest, and a proper time intervals in working hours to make work flawlessly. Not just to exploit them and cut there affordable facility, this is not right choice. As we all knows that what happened in gas factory of gopalipatnam of Andhra Pradesh.Yes its clear cut that the time is changing and to boost the economy there should be increase in working hours of workers and employees but this should be for only short period of time not to make it a long run practice. Because the real problem in our country is that if something is implementedfor the betterment and there results are bad , although with that they make it a long run process and inspite of stopping them they made it a a part of there livelihoods. So by keeping in mind government must have to think about it and if implementation is necessary then only it can be passed and if passed then only for 2 to 3 months not in years and by keeping safety measures of workers and with better allowances.

  5. sonali das on May 13, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    Sir ur lecture is highly motivating thanku sir for always motivate like this

  6. shashank sirohiya on May 13, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    Good morning sir

  7. Jony Saini on May 13, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    Take some positive steps to growing economy because only workers are not responsible for economics they are too human being . Gave full security them because health is wealth.

  8. Khushboo Kumari on May 13, 2020 at 4:45 pm

    During continuous spread of COVID-19 pandemic third phase of lockdown begain in India from 4th may. With some exemption on essential activity in zone wise (red, orange, green) area are allowed to revive the flow of economy. Some factories, industries and other essential sectors are permitted to reopen with safety measures. At the time of first lockdown in India the very first effect seemed as migration of workers in the country. In this lockdown around 40 millions internal migrants workers were affected, who travel from urban centres to rural areas to work and in pandemic outbreak they lost their jobs due to nationwide shutdown. Lockdowns, loss of employment and social distancing prompted a chaotic and painful process of mass return for internal migrants in India. Might be for safety purposes law were introduced for labourers. After independence was won in1947, the constitution of India 1950 embedded a series of fundamental labour rights in the constitution. Generally these law provide guidelines to the employer/industrialist in dealing with matters of wages, wage incentives, facilities for workers and working conditions of labour. Suspending these law can create risk for the labours and their jobs. It is prominent to take some vital steps to reform economic structure but legal safeguard as much important. In my opinion hard work with safety and reins could help management to handle this problem.

  9. Rajmohanw Jena on May 13, 2020 at 4:47 pm

    Descriptive: the outlaw of social and fundamental violation of women’s right that is female genital mutilation in sudan is welcome but implementation is the main concern. We need to spread awareness in the society about the adverse effect of FGM and ensure people that there is no single benefit of this arbitrary social custom ,still there are some cultural roots we need to follow without this legal support cannot eradicate it completely. According to WHO there are 200 million women are suffered from the unconcerned social behaviour about FGM. Even some countries are already banned it with imprisonment and fine but government need to completely eradicate it wth some stringent measures.
    Thank you.
    Vishal sir 🙏❤️

  10. riya gupta on May 13, 2020 at 4:50 pm

    Female genital mutilation. Does anyone know about this term? If no ,then it’s a practice in which genital organ of female body is partially or completely removed for non medical purpose. How painful life they are living which we can’t imagine but It is going on in many part of the world in the name of religious,caste,culture. These activities are happening specially in african countries also in some part of asia. It is unblieveable and egregious. This is totally illegal WHO should take strict action against the nation where it is allowed.

    Sudan is the country where women are targeted from 30 years dictatorship of omar al-bashir but recently law is making against this activity. This is laudable. Hope now people will understand myth regarding the removing of layer is useless. Making law is not enough to eradicate this but to enforcement should be done on ground level is necessary. Government should take strict action against this and aware the people about this to save the mankind.

  11. Abdul Wahid on May 13, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    hi

  12. divy Bhargava bhargava on May 13, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    Sir skeptical ki spell wrong hai

  13. manisha sahu on May 13, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    Being a woman I even can’t imagine shuch kind of painfull practice with me. Even though while reading this article is giving me an unimagined and shameless pain. Female genital mutilation is such a disgusting and stupid practice. And the people who forces their women to do such brutal kind of things for the sake of God and religion and society they shouldn’t be call human being , they should be called savage . Those women who had removed their external genitalia on non medical grounds during childhood , leving the with life long emotional and physical injuries and in some cases to death. For suggestions : patents who forces or even allow this mutilation under any circumstances must be ashamed of themselves and sanded to life time imprisonment. And society or people who force these things should not be allowed to give any kind of decision. There must be an strict low to stop such kind of things to happen. Hopefully Sudan’s government has brought up such good rule and which is the first step towards the triumph over equality. 😌

  14. Padma Jain on May 13, 2020 at 4:52 pm

    DISCRIPTIVE" Sudan’s decision to containment FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION is a good decision for all those who are not affected by this dismal law.

  15. anjali kumari on May 13, 2020 at 4:54 pm

    Descriptive :
    Sudan’s decision to outlaw the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM ). According to the UN over 200 million women in several African countries, Sudan, Egypt, Nigeria, Djibouti and Senegal have been subject to this brutal social custom. The UN estimates that some 87%of Sudanese women have their external genitalia removed on non-medical grounds during childhood, leaving them with life long emotional and physical injuries.
    Female genital organs for non-medical reasons : trauma, excessive bleeding, problems urinating, severe infections, death and complications in childhood that may lead to increased risk of perinatal deaths.
    In my opinion :
    1. Some countries they follow this custom like Sudan, Egypt, Nigeria they should be ban this custom because these is impact of women rights.
    2. When parents they removed genital mutilation of her child they should be strict action and punishment.
    3. They should be make a laws against genital mutilation and punishment and penalty they differences types of violations against women rights.
    4. When other neighbours or publicly forced and cut genital mutilation they punishment in the Act of FGM.
    5. In every where campaign to stop FGM and women rights.
    In final words, this is a good step to end FGM and also appreciate i hope some countries they follow this custom they should be banned and focused on women rights because out countries is growth and boost our economy when every people provide a equal rights.

    Thank you sir…
    If any mistakes so plz suggest 😊😊❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😊😊🙏🙏🙏

  16. Ajay Rajawat on May 13, 2020 at 4:55 pm

    Contempt for labour
    Every country facing the huge loss of his economy. Because covid 19 pandemic faced whole world. During this period pm modi extended the lockdowny many time. It is very disastrous situation to every people which was faced this situation. Since one thing is worst during the lockdown period many states suffered huge loss to our economy so which due to which many states taking more work to labour which is condemned for labour to our society

  17. Pinky Meena on May 13, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    Contempt for labour
    The revival of business and economic activity after weeks of forced closure is indeded a key objective to be achieved.However , it is amoral and perverse on the parts of some statesto address this need by granting sweeping exemptions from legal provisions aimed at protectng laboures and employees in factories, industries and other establishments.Madhaya pradesh has earmarked on a plan to give a boost to business and industry by allowinng units to be operated without many of the requirements of the factories act working hours may extend to 12 hours, instead of eight, and weekly duty upto 72 hours.
    Gong by chief minister Shivraj singh chouhan’s remarks, it appears the state has used section 5 of the Act, which permits exemption from its provisions of three months, in the hope that the centre would approve such suspension for at least a thousand days. However, this exemption can be given only during a public emergency.Uttar Pradesh has approved an ordinance suspending for three years all labour laws, save a few abolition of child and bonded labour, women employees, costruction workers and payment of the wages, besidescompensation to workmen for accident while a duty.Reports says that the several states is performing the duty for boosting the economic activitty

  18. nymphy Pathak on May 13, 2020 at 4:58 pm

    Perverse unacceptable behavior. Amoral unconcern.Assent approval. Apathy lack of interest. Eradicate destroy

  19. Deepak Barman on May 13, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Descriptive:
    "Centre should not allow exemption from welfare laws for workers mooted by states"
    The whole world is facing huge loss of lives as well as financial loss due to covid19 . Due to lockdown our GDP growth is continuously declining. To boost up the growth rate of industrial production MP government wants to exempt labor laws . The labors will work for 12 hours instead of 8 hours without paying extra wages and without additional facilities. This should be restricted by the central government in the welfare of labor because government motive is always to serve the people not to earn profit. Without labor no project, construction work and areas where labor is required in huge quantity can’t be completed. Labor are the people who push the economy and boost the production.

  20. Varun Namdeo on May 13, 2020 at 5:02 pm

    Centre should not allow exemptions from welfare laws for workers mooted by states.

    In this pandemic situation daily wage workers are supposed to be suffered most for their survival and livelihood. And as per the suggestions mooted by various states, it’s the labour class who have to face the heat again.

    Recently, States like Madhya Pradesh and Uttar pradesh, have asked the centre to allow some relaxations in the current labour laws so as to propel the industries to increase the productivity and thus help to boost up the national economy. Though the centre’s approval is still pending, it has raised various questions to protect the various fundamental rights of the workers.

    According to the suggestion, States are seeking relaxation to increase the daily working hours from 8 to upto 12 hours and to remove some clauses from the workers welfare laws. These clauses are concerned with the basic amenities and the facilities related to working environment, safety equipments, first aid, canteen etc.

    Now it’s centre’s responsibility to not allow any exemptions in the rightful laws which are intended to curb the exploitation against workers and to ensure desired safety measures in the working environment.

    Thank you.

  21. rashmi kumari on May 13, 2020 at 5:03 pm

    As we all know that world’s economy is in standstill position due to the ongoing pandemic. It has caused unprecedented losses of lives and livelihoods and also global economy in uncertain condition. Likewise all other countries India also wants to come back from this severe situation soon and is trying to back its economy on the track. Its a very good thought.
    Recently madhya Pradesh government urges to central government to exempt wellfare laws of labourers to boom economy is raising some questions on government ,is it necessary to boom economy by only exploitation of labourers? As everyone knows that labourers are the backbone of our economy, is it prudent to avoid their health and safety. Many states urges central government to extend working period from 8hours to 12 hours for nearly 1000days that is perverse and condemnable decision and center should not assent this. Its we will have to work very hard to overcome the situation but 1000days is a long duration, I think 3 months will be sufficient.
    How much health is important must be learnt by the current situation. We should not take any such steps which could harm our health and finally wealth.
    I hope center must understand this and will take decision taking all the things in mind.

  22. Manish on May 13, 2020 at 5:05 pm

    According to me the state government has do good for extra work at all employees either he will a labour or a government employee … because Due to this pendemic situation our Indian economics have been down….to improve the economic condition we all have to do extra work not only for the labour…but also this extra works govt has to do compulsory to all companies to improve their health facilities in the industry …if any labour has feel ill then do treatment or rest room and also a canteen are compulsory….

  23. Vaishali Soni on May 13, 2020 at 5:05 pm

    …".SUDAN STEP "
    to end genital mutilation…
    ……….this decision of ending such rituals activity which affects life of women badly ..is laudable 👍
    Most of the people don’t even aware about these embarrassing activity ,which are really shameful .
    nd must be eradicated totally ,
    .". there is no doubt in saying that there are rituals n activity , restrictions in the society on the name of religion are made only for wome "
    These activities not only snetch the right of women of living freely but also compelling them to live in pain totally..
    ….the step by Sudan is taken is really good to ameliorate the women position in the society .
    So not only Sudan but all country come together n should make concerted efforts to avoide these acts,.
    People who believe in following these rituals can not be convinced easily nd understand so there should be such step which makes them aware about the affects of these rritual
    Nd also laws should be made which will create detternce to them .
    So this must be eradicated definitely.

  24. omkar waghule on May 13, 2020 at 5:05 pm

    ‘Contempt for labour’

    "Centre should not allow exemption from welfare laws for workers mooted by state"

    Whole word is facing the pandemic of covid-19 and has the forceful lockdown to overcome from few months. Same situation in India, having lockdown since last 35 day, still going on, number of confirmed cases rising daily; numerous groups of scientist still are engaged in developing vaccine. So it seems that in such risky situation government failed to prepare exit plan of lockdown and extended for the third time.
    On other hand, amidst the lockdown all the economic activities are completely stopped and we have been under the huge economic stress resulting in the condition of economic crisis is imposed on nation. So by keeping that in mind, many state governments have decided and trying to revive their business and boost economic activities, this become the key objectives of state governments right now. By doing this, state governments continuously are relaxing many laws for the labour welfare by whose expense we are going to revive our businesses. So obviously if state governments are relaxing these labour laws by giving exemptions under the legal provisions, the interest of labour are going to compromise in factories and establishments. This compromise is actually with their social and security net.
    MP and UP, the two leading states are keen in relaxing the labors law. In MP, state government uses 5th section of the factory act, which permits exemption from its provisions for 3 months in the “public emergency” situations, has embarked plan to boost economic activities by allowing units to operate without fulfillment of requirement of factory act and extended working hours from 8 to 12 hrs. per day. While UP state government passes the ordinance suspending all labor law except 3 laws and 1 section of another law as mentioned.

    So many states would follow their example in the name of boosting economy; it may result into more compromise in the interest of labour.
    The relaxation given in the labor laws are actually taking off the most basic things and needs from the labor even like elementary duties such as providing drinking water, first aid boxes and protective equipment. Because factories and establishment are not legally mandated to provide all of these, they would try on cost cutting, carelessness and wouldn’t provide these basic requirements for labor. So state government need to have emphasis on dealing and balancing such situation with health crisis.
    Labour is a subject of the concurrent list, so for moving or doing change in a manner of the labour law operated, state must have to go through the approval of Centre.
    This pandemic can be opportunity for Centre, so it should reform the Laws, Acts and agenda related to Labour through consolidated codes in such a way that keep balance between labors, employers and governments.

  25. Avinash Sonawane on May 13, 2020 at 5:05 pm

    ❤️

  26. Anish Gupta on May 13, 2020 at 5:05 pm

    Descriptive ANS 2
    It is a right move for Sudan specially ending the genital activities in Sudan , sad for those who passing through this brutality specially in Asia and across 20 countries who have witnessed this brutality , but the good thing is that it is no more in Sudan , this was a commendable work for Sudan government , I can’t understand that people’s thinking that it matter , those who suffering from this activities I can’t imagine that what happened with him , many more countries who have not been allowed to women for any work or any activities link up specially in Arabic countries think that , but not to develop Any countries without women participate , those countries who developed in any field , these countries was working together women and men , such as European countries , who works together to make economy developments ,

  27. manas borah on May 13, 2020 at 5:08 pm

    Sudan’s decision to outlaw the malpractice of Female genital mutilation is a landmark victory for women rights in the country. The country has seen the fall of dictatorship , and a shift towards democracy. However the decision is still pending in the supreme council constituted of civilians and military officials. The Sudan’s government to remove the repressive social codes, social practice and humiliating penalties that targeted women during the dictatorship of Omar basir is a development aimed at storing democratic values. According to UN 87 % of Sudan’s woman have their genitalia removed on non medical grounds during childhood, leaving them with life long trauma and physical and emotional injuries. The FGM is an brutal and unhealthy practice which has no health benefits, and can have adverse affects on the health of the women. While the latest measure has been widely welcomed, campaigners remain cautious about a shift in attitude against the custom regarded as crucial prior to matrimony. Although the decision outlaw the social scourge , the enforcement still remains a concern. Many other country in Africa, Asia have this brutal custom where women are subject to such non medical surgeries. A doctor in Egypt , and the father of a deceased daughter died six years ago who were put in the trial were acquitted despite incriminating forensic evidence. Somalia which has also this social scourge in practice have not enacted any law that criminalise such practice. It is difficult to oust an practice that has deep cultural roots with a long history. However removing of such barbaric and cruel custom is essential for the new democratic regime.

  28. Akshata Sardeshpande on May 13, 2020 at 5:09 pm

    14:45 , 27:00

  29. Sobhit Sahu on May 13, 2020 at 5:10 pm

    Descriptive 1
    Centre government shuold not be allow exemption from welfare labour
    In this situation there are many cases positive and negative in a long pandemic time.

    If the the government releaf the exemption in labour walfare then there are many unauthorised and authorised factory booming in his infrastructure and production deu to many labour are unemployed in this time and needed mony for his family in these days labour cast low and not provide many facilities for the workers .

  30. amit Kumar on May 13, 2020 at 5:10 pm

    Descriptive—–

    Good change……

    Female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as female genital cutting and female circumcision, is the ritual cutting or removal of some or all of the external female genitalia. The practice is found in Africa, Asia and middle East, and within communities from countries in which FGM is common. UNICEF estimated in 2016 that 200 million women living today in 30 countries– 27 African countries, Indonesia, Iraqi Kurdistan and Yemen– have undergone the procedures.

    The practice is rooted in gender inequality, attempts to control women’s sexuality and ideas about purity, modesty and beauty. But this kind of thinking to suppress the freedom to control her own body and this is totally bad for the women’s health.

    There have been international efforts since the 1970s to persuade practitioners to abandon FGM and it has been outlawed or restricted in most of the countries in which it occurs. Although the laws are poorly enforced.

    #. Problems—–

    1. The FGM is considered as illegal but still the main problem is to enforced it.

    2. In some societies, recent adoption of the practice is linked to copying the traditions of neighbouring groups.

    3. FGM can cause severe bleeding and problems urinating and later cysts, infections, as well as complications in childbirth.

    4. FGM is a violation of the human rights of girls and women.

    #. Solutions—-

    1. Educate girls on their right to decide what happens to their body.

    2. Spread understanding that religion does not demand FGM.

    3. Tackle the secrecy that allows cutting to continue.

    4. Change traditions– with the support of older generations.

  31. prateek gupta on May 13, 2020 at 5:10 pm

    Sudan’s step against Female Genital Mutilation is really appreciable but enforcement of any law is also necessary. Sudan,the country moving towards democracy from dictatorship, is now emerging as hope for every female belonging that country either she is victim or not. Sudan has scraped the social codes and humiliating penalties which were continuously being imposed on females from last 30 years the period of dictatorship of Umar-al Bashir.
    New laws contain penalties and imprisonment, but still need to be approved from supreme council, moreover it isn’t too difficult.
    According to UN around 87% of Sudanian female are the victims of genitalia removal without any medical help in childhood and they are being left to live their life with these physical injuries. not only this According to UN there are more than 200mn such victims in African countries like Sudan, Nigeria, Ezypt etc and some Asia’s also.
    As Ezypt was implemented law against FGM first in 2014 but even after 6 years there is no enforcement as Cairo liberated the doctor and the father of diseased girl without punishment although all evidences were incriminating them. there are many more such examples in different provinces, which indicates that legislation alone can’t stop these practices because they have deep roots. Governments need some strict rules and regulations to eradicate it completely.
    Sustainable growth of a country needs democracy as well as gender equality and here in Sudan’s case for democratic transition gender reform is the first need.
    thanks

  32. Deepa singh on May 13, 2020 at 5:13 pm

    Sudan’s decision to end female genital mutilation builds on it’s political transition. It is very shameful & disappointing for our humanity. Religion is made an issue by making unless cheap.
    Where woman are made live goat for of sacrifices. Such things a great deal on humanity? is . It a superstition where custom is observed by cutting taboo of woman. Sudan desgin is very perfect that they banded the system and this system is followed by some country in USA & 200 million women in several African countries including Sudan, Egypt, Nigeria, Djibouti & Senegal some in aisa have been subject to this brutal social curtom. This system nearly 30 ye old man omar-al-Bashi started. It would be surprising to know that 87% of Sudan woman have fallen prey to this thing. In the childhood their custom to cut the vagina so the becomes physically week. Their like live hole life. About this incident our world health organization (WHO) is very worrid. Those who build the AC system should be punished very severely.
    And such a system will not created only when people like you and us are launched such leaders.
    Thanks 🙏

  33. Rahul Sharma on May 13, 2020 at 5:14 pm

    Descriptive 2 :
    Sudan takes initiate to stop FGM
    This is really good news that this law is taken in account by sudan’s govt. But still enforcement is the issue, this law should enforce as soon as possible to stop FGM.
    As per medical concern and WHO mutilation is not part of medical science it is just myth and ridiculous things done by some religions .
    Where as i think they started it to control woman’s sexual organs which is really inappropriate and also against human rights and more bad thing in this is that they are doing this without any medical help which means anybody in society comes upfront and do something brutal without any knowledge about medical science.
    To make laws govt. Should create strong punishments to all these culprits who are doing this brutality.
    1> if any family member is involved and forces to do this then family member as well as all involved culprits should imprison at least for 10 years along with it family member’s wealth should overtake by govt.
    2> if family members are not involved in case then the other culprits in society who forces to do must imprisoned for life time.
    3> if any govt. Employee or politicians involved in case to do this brutality then they must fired from their duties and penality of huge amount as well as life time imprisonment.

  34. Abhimanyu singh on May 13, 2020 at 5:15 pm

    Sirrr its not a big deal because i survive it ndd some private company time period already 12 hours soo i think its not a big ishueee

  35. DHIRAJ BANSODE on May 13, 2020 at 5:15 pm

    Descriptive:-
    "Center should not allow exemption from welfare laws for workers mooted by states"
    Covid-19 pandemic has an disastrous impact on human & economic crisis, there is some serious damage to our economy rate, IMF has declared that the economy has affected worst in last hundred years, amid lockdown 3.0 center has decided to slow lift of lockdown by reviving some businesses.
    The labour laws exemption is not the key to boost the economy, many states have stated that this exemption will get enacted & extending the working hours & days.
    As we know the worst impact of the pandemic is on daily wages workers, & exempting those thing which are necessary for thier living instead of this to boost economy,
    1. Increase taxes on those products which are not essential
    2. Impose more tax on rich people
    3. Increase the prices of oil
    According to section 5 of factories act, only for 3 months of period should be expemt of labour law to give a specific boost to economy, with all the necessities.
    Thank you.

  36. manas borah on May 13, 2020 at 5:16 pm

    As India is preparing for a calibrated exit, the resumption of economic and business, industrial activity is of utmost importance. The reopening of every closed establishment is crucial for the interest of its owners. But some state government giving assent to industries,factories and other establishments to operate in exemptions for legal provisions binding the labours interest and protection. In states like Madhya Pradesh the government has embarked on a plan to boost up business and industry by allowing them to operate without meeting the required conditions of factories act. The workers shall be extended to work twelve hours a day instead of eight . The state seems to use the section 5 of the act which permits exemptions from its provision for three months. However the state government is hoping for at least thousand days of suspension, Which is in violation of the fundamental right of workers , labours. The work environment , medical facilities,wages of labourer and most importantly human rights of workers should be protected. Revival of economy is important,but not at the cost of rights of the working class

  37. Priyam Dubey on May 13, 2020 at 5:17 pm

    Discraptive 1
    Recently UP government suspends labour law for 3yr, and extend working hours 12 hours in stead of 8 hours and weekely duty up to 72 hours.

    In the name of boosting activity , states are trying to manage their growth thats stooped. In this public emergency – like opening liquor shop or assent shopkeeper that are in green zone.
    Simultaneously States wants to allow centres for labour laws exemptions and that commence sketchley work and enhance working hours , evading slum on economy.

    initially we not say exemptions of some labour laws boost economy but also create blunder. In this time where everyone shocked Visakhapatnam LG polymers gas leak, this is happen and create casualty if centre allow.
    Due to work pressure employee who worked 12 horse lost their perfection on work that cases casualties.

    But we don’t say things exemptions are negative,they are going to be positive.after the lockdown labours back on work on egregious efficiency and the work on very Conspicuous. States they face physical deficit on the growth profited by this.

    Thankyou 😌 sir

  38. Hridoyjit Gogoi on May 13, 2020 at 5:17 pm

    "Centre shouldn’t allow exemption from welfare laws for workers mooted by states."
    Descriptive:

    To pull India back from the brink of economic collapse, centre has resorted a number of stern measures and brought many laudatory policies into effect. However, the centre has displayed a profound contempt for the labourers and employees which is not something that could be appreciated.

    The centre has assented to the terms of section 5 of Factories Act(1948), that allows exemption from its provision during public emergency for 3 months which may get extended upto 3 years, if required. Though, the sole motive behind this policy is to revive and bounce back the dying economy extending the working hours of the labourers and employees upto 72 hours a week without basic health care facilities, primary sanitation, basic amenities. However, there is a provision of exemption for child labourers, women workers etc.

    As a matter of fact, the same policies were seen to be adopted in Japan after the WW2’s devastations in Hirosima and Nagasaki, when people deliberately involved themselves in work for upto 18 hours a day. Unfortunately, this motivation seems to be absent in India’s scenario, neither any attempts being taken by the Govt. The bigger question of this hour is how efficient the output would be as the result of these forceful impositions. Infact, more human errors are likely to appear due to lack of concentration and motivation, which may lead to occupational hazard or some catastrophic event in industrial sector just like one in Bhopal in 1986.

  39. art within on May 13, 2020 at 5:18 pm

    Sudan decision to end female genital mutilation. The decision taken by the Sudan government is really apploudable. This is type of variances are very important for the individual growth. To the very first if parents of the children are forced to involve in all these practices, then it is important that the parents should be aware of what is wrong and right for their children health. In the 21st century all these practices should be banned by the WHO . Secondly if there is any country and society forced to the people to do all these practices then it is the responsibility of WHO and UNO to take all the valuable steps for the good health of the woman . There is no any religion who taught us to woefully harm the women for the sake religion. There should be a census passed by all the WHO or UNO for the welfare of the world . So that the is women can live in this world with full happiness and independence. Thank you

  40. Ravi Kasera on May 13, 2020 at 5:18 pm

    At a time when everyone is awaiting an early into the health and economic crisis caused by the Global pandemic and they went to their work and daily wages workers are finding the work at new places because this pandemic more than 20% of labours in our country daily wages workers are unemployment during this time today I heard the news that UP government decided to suspend all the labour laws for three years suspention of all labour laws by the state is very big decision I hope Centre government should not allowed to suspend all the because if centres pass the ordinance that means exploitation rate of labours is very high in the state because many of the Factories Act working hours may extend 12 hours instead of 8 and weekly duty of 72 hours and many they will do the factories works maybe child labour, female workers so caused by they may be harrash and exploit by the people so when their will no any active law in the states…
    Thankyou!☺️

  41. kanchan dewangan on May 13, 2020 at 5:22 pm

    Eradicated it…
    Sudan’s decision to end female genital mutilation builds on its political transition…
    The Sudan’s decision to curb on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is victory for women in world. But the implementation of this law is very concern. Although Sudan’s government will give punishment with a fine and prison sentences .In many Africans countries like Sudan, Egypt, Senegal, Nigeria, Djibouti and some Asian countries followed FGM practices. According to the United Nation’s report 200 millions women faces this genital mutilation practices with newborn to 15 years ages…
    What problems faces by the women during the genital mutilation practices…..
    1. severe pain
    2. bleeding problem
    3. fever
    4. infection
    5. unary problems
    6. wound healing problem
    7. injury surrounding genital tissue
    8. physical and mental pressure
    9. death etc
    Some steps taken to prevent this FGM..
    * Spread the awareness of complication of FGM
    * Make strict law
    * Strict enforcement of law
    * Punish the people who support the FGM
    * Campaign against the FGM by the government
    * educating society and women..
    thank you

  42. IDEA BOARD on May 13, 2020 at 5:23 pm

    FGM ( Female genital mutilation )
    "We are human beings we make the tradition so we should have the right to change those traditions"
    by MALALA YOUSAFZAI.

    introduction
    On July 9, 2018, the Attorney General of India K. K. Venugopal reiterated the Indian government’s position that FGM was a violation of a person’s fundamental rights and that its practice resulted in serious health complications for the girl concerned.
    basically, FGM is the deliberate cutting or removal of female external genitalia. it often involves the removal or cutting of the labia and clitoris this type of practice is not only extremely painful and distressing its also ongoing infection risk. with a small opening through which to pass menstrual fluid, urine, giving birth.
    according to the UN over 200 million in most of the African countries including Sudan, Egypt, Nigeria, Djibouti and Senegal, and some in Asia. millions of girls and women alive today have undergone from of FGM

    DISCUSSION
    according to the UN, 87% of Sudanese women have had their external genitalia removed on non-medical grounds during childhood and leaving them with life long pain, physical injuries.
    after lots of protection and campaigning by Sudanese citizens who had clamored to eradicate FGM and passed constitutional order to favor women’s rights and also have to passed act. Sudan’s government has decided to end FGM and is a landmark victory for women’s right in-country.that have new measures which have punishment with a fine and a prison sentence.
    if we are talking about in India
    estimates suggest 90% of females in the ISMAILI SHIA Muslim Bohra community in India undergo FGM

    CONCLUSION
    FGM, that such type of violation suggests that government legislation alone may not stop this practice that has deep cultural roots without the support of there country people. making a strict rule like life-imprisonment and maximum fine. if a person or family is practicing FGM then the government should allow there is no job in the future that person or family.
    many international communities continue to end FGM by 2030.UNFPA estimates that at least 59 countries have passed laws against FGM including UK, Canada, Denmark, Spain, Norway, Sweden, and New Zealand.
    in India, The practice of FGM constitutes a criminal offense under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.
    THANK YOU

  43. Kishore Kumar on May 13, 2020 at 5:24 pm

    Descriptive – 02,
    Female genital mutilation from anguish.
    I would like to thank of all THE
    HINDU journalist and also vishal sir
    who aware from this brutal custom.
    This is a totally idiotic who person
    mutilation of girls and woman first should be accomplish baned all over
    the World we can imagine it I felt so scare. We should made a strong low
    for girls and woman protection.
    So many girls and woman be transition of this wound.

  44. Poorvi Singhk on May 13, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    10 may aaj sir live n aae h kya

  45. pradeep pawar on May 13, 2020 at 5:26 pm

    What about man….please raise issue also happens in india

  46. Dibya Shaw on May 13, 2020 at 5:29 pm

    Descriptive: 2
    Female Genital Mutilation comprises all procedures involving the removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs for non medical reasons , as defined by the world health organisation. On average girls are subjected to FGM between birth and age 15 . FMG is not prescribed by any religion and has no health benefits. On the contrary the practice can cause life- lasting and psychological trauma.
    200 million girls and women alive today have undergone FGM. At current rates , an additional estimated 68 million girls face being cut by 2030.
    Immediate consequences of FGM include severe pain and bleeding , shock, difficulty in passing urine, infections, injury to hereby genital tissue and sometimes death.
    It should be abolished because FGM is gender- based violence steals girls future, extends poverty, leads to child marriage and teen pregnancy, young people know about their rights and bodies and want the tradition to end, violation of girls and women’s rights. Right steps taked by Sudan’s government which will gives right to to live with freedom for women.

  47. mitradeep debnath on May 13, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    "Centre should not allow exemptions from welfare laws for workers

    mooted by States"
    Govt. might have taken this decision to boost our economic activities but the time duration is very long, it should be for a short period otherwise it will be forcedness for the labor. At this moment this step is essential for boosting our economy but it should not be mandatory for all and moreover, all the necessary safety measures must be taken in the count so that no accident would happen. And this exemption should not exceed a maximum of six months. However, equal pay for equal work must maintain so that economical conditions of our labor community might improve as they are the backbone of the Indian economy.
    And once the backbone becomes strong the economic activity will spike at its peak.

  48. nymphy Pathak on May 13, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    Contempt worthless. Moot discussion.

  49. vyas gaurav on May 13, 2020 at 5:30 pm

    Introspection

  50. Incredible Bhojpuri on May 13, 2020 at 5:32 pm

    FGM against we display the harness to the people, social media and other way.

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