Legal literacy, awareness camp held in Gram Temar

Sakti, Jun 14: It was under direction of the District Legal Service Authority President Gram Temar- Rajesh Kumar Shrivastava, District & Session Judge Janjgir-Champa and in the presence of President Tehsil Vidhik Sewa Pradhikaran (TVSP) and Class-I Addl. District & Session Judge Santosh Kumar Aditya, a legal literacy and awareness camp was organised in Gram Temar.
Addressing the gathering, SK Aditya said that children should not be employed as labourer and if any child labour is found in any institutions, or factory, or hotel, then strict legal action can be taken against the owner of the institution. Being a good and responsible citizen of state, we should motivate children to study in school, so that they can carve a better future for them and by reading and writing can become a responsible citizen of the country and take care of one’s family, society and contribute for development of the nation as well. This will be possible only when there is no child labour accepted and all such children are motivated to study. For this government has launched various scheme for providing education to poor children. On top of this, it is responsibility of social and voluntary organisations, to help local administration for prevention of child labour and extend support in creating awareness about it.
In Janjgir-Champa district migration is a major problem. Generally it is seen that with greed to earn more livelihood, the villagers generally migrate to neighbouring states and due to lack of information generally fall prey as bondage labourers. The labourers should give priority for work at local level itselfe and before going out on migration to earn higher livelihood, they should inform the Sapanch or Sachiv of Gram panchayat and should inform as to which abour contractor or place they are working with. They should pass on completed details about their name, mobile number and address to concerned Panchayat office bearers and administration, so that in case of any untoward incident, help can be passed onto them.
Aditya on this occasion gave information about different laws for women and about domestic violence, ‘Tonhi’ atrocities; dowry harassment; FIR and others. On this occasion Gram Panchayat Temar public rep- Janapd member Shiv Devi Patel, Advocate Rath Ram Patel, Asst. Sub-Inspector- KK Gupta; Panch- Shesh Narayan Patel, Balbhadra Patel, Kanhaiya Patel, Kiran Kumhar, Anita Chouhan, Rameshwari Patel, Munni Bai Dewangan, Poornima Kumhar and other villagers were present.

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