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Mere making laws not enough, they must be enforced: Justice Subashan Reddy

Wed, Aug 24, 2016, 06:15 PM
Related image Hyderabad, Aug.24: The second-day conference of the first International Conference on “Exploring Modern Science and Technology Solutions for Humanity, Education, and Rights” was inaugurated by Justice Subashan Reddy, Lokayukta for the AP and Telangana, here at ISB today.

The other members of the panel for the inaugural session were T Krishna Prasad, Additional DGP, Hyderabad, Swati Lakra, Addl Commissioner of Police and Dr. KR Gangadharan, founder of Heritage Foundation. The conference was organised by The International STEM Society for Human Rights (ISSHR).

Speaking on the occasion, Justice Subashan Reddy said, ”it was not sufficient to make laws. They need to be enforced”. Drawing the example of The Indecent Representation of Women’s Act 1986, he said, how the dangerous tentacles of obscenity are damaging the fabric of our society through obscene portrayal of women in our films, social media, digital media.

The tendency to overlook and ignore such portrayal of women needs to be checked and the law enforcing agencies need to take cognizance of this practice. Shedding clothes is not the development of human personality with a detrimental impact on the young minds. Human personality needs to be developed in a proper way.

Subhashan said, “Corruption, adulteration and female feticide tantamounts to infringement of Human Rights. He raided the unhealthy practice of female feticide needs to be checked and made a shocking revelation that today in our country 50 lac are killed in the womb.

As a result, the male-female ratio and the demographic profile of various states have got distorted. In 1994 The Female Foeticide Central Act was enacted to screen abnormalities in the womb, but it has been misused in our country and today we are in a sad state of affairs.

Later, Nirbhaya Jyothi’s parents spoke about Violence Against Women. They were invited to speak at the conference because of their fight to get justice for their daughter.
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