The Ministry of Women and Child Development said that the Center government is planning to revise the POSCO law to bring justice to victims of sexual abuse. By the President Ramnath Kovind the Center is thinking about approving the Ordinance that gives death punishment to criminals who raped girls by 12 years old.
The ministry said on Thursday (April 26th) on its official Twitter handle, “The government dependably tries to make gender impartial laws. The government has proposed correction in the Posco law to convey equity to victims of sexual abuse.
Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi recently supported an appeal to documented by filmaker Issiyan Darywalla on Change.Org, who said that reality of the sexual exploitation of boys is ignored in India. Because of the request, he said that studies will be done on the victims of sexual abuse, which will be the first of its kind.
The most overlooked category of boys suffering- Maneka
Maneka stated, “The most ignored class of child sexual abuse is of the suffering boys. Child sexual abuse has no distinction on sex basis. The kids who are victims of sexual abuse in childhood are lost all through life, in light of the fact that there are numerous misconceptions and shame behind it. It is a major issue and it should be tackled.
Decision in NCPCR conference
The minister said that after the appeal, he directed the National Child Protection Rights Commission (NCPCR) in September 2017 to think about the issue of torment young men. NCPCR had a meeting in such manner in November a year ago. He stated, “As indicated by the proposals raised by the meeting, it has been chosen with agreement that the current plan ought to be revised for the casualties of child sexual abuse, so that the child confronting malfunction or sexual mishandle can likewise get remuneration.”