The Sexual Harassment Bill

I’ve been hearing rumblings about a sexual harassment bill. I decided to check it out from the NCW website. I was appalled. Who are these morons drafting these laws? What are they after ?

Here is a draft of the bill: Draft Sexual Harassment Bill

Here is the judgement of the Supreme Court: Visakha Vs State Of Rajasthan

I have strong opinions about this bill for the following reasons.

Is sexual harassment an issue for the working women of India ? The answer is a resounding yes.

Can this be trusted to be drafted intelligently and with safeguards built in to prevent abuse? No, not if drafted by the same set of morons who drafted the DV Act and who oppose the amendment of 498A.

Here is a link to a doc from the NCW  on BPO guidelines.

More on this later. In the meantime, here is the SC judgment on sexual harassment: Visakha Vs State Of Rajasthan

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2 Responses to “The Sexual Harassment Bill”


  1. 1 gender Justise March 28, 2007 at 6:05 pm

    Thanks for providing the SC judgemnts link.

    More then 10 blog pages about why this bill is wrong, more then 20 comments on the main page itself, can be found at my blog.
    http://indiatalking.com/blog/genderjustise/4946/

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  2. 2 the pilatesbiz February 8, 2012 at 2:58 pm

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