Why is the democratic law making process being violated in Sexual Harassment Bill?

It is a well documented fact that India is a democratic republic and a democratic law making process has been well documented in the Constitution of India – which is the mother of laws – which takes into consideration, representations from all sections of the society for formulating any law.

Then why are the National Commission for Women(NCW) and the Women and Child Development Ministry (WCD Ministry) violating the same while drafting the Sexual Harassment at Workplace Bill.

WCD by specially discriminating Men, is openly violating article 15 of the Constitution of India which prohibits discrimination against any citizen on grounds of religion and sex. Article 15(3) of the Constitution, (which lies BELOW Article 15), allows the Government to make special provision for women and children, but nowhere it is mentioned that the same should be achieved by doing discrimination on grounds of sex and thereby violating the Main Article 15 of the Constitution.

Are these bodies above the Constitution of India?

Click on the link below to see how and why are they violating these guidelines just in order to create another anti-male law in the gender industry.

A telltale of constitutional violations


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