04 Sep : News Express 24 :-
Hundreds of women from different parts of the country, led by the Left Alliance Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA), about the basic demands like preventing violence against women and providing protection to women, marched towards Parliament in New Delhi. Done
Increasing violence against women: On Tuesday, women organizations marched from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar on demand of freedom from hunger and hunger. Heavy rains could not even break the courage of these women. Despite continuous rain, women did not postpone the marches. Social workers lawyers and leaders were also involved in this March.
Deepika Rajawat, counsel for the Kathua rape victim who was involved in the March, said in a conversation with Aaj Tak that women had landed on the streets against violence, justice, equal stake and lining. Deepika Rajawat approached the government that people suffering harassment against women received severe punishment.
CPI (M) leader Vrinda Karat, who led the women’s front, attacked the Modi government and said that the government is making false promises to the people, whereas the situation of women in reality has already worsened. Vrinda Karat also targeted the Modi government about the increased prices of petrol and diesel. He said what happened to the Ujjawala scheme Vrinda Karat accused the government of refusing public interest.