"Sixteen years on those who inflict wrong sex '

"Sixteen years on those who inflict wrong sex '

New Delhi : India | May 14, 2012 at 1:15 AM PDT
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A Delhi court has said that sexual relations with the age of sixteen

Increased to eighteen law 'regressive' and do 'wrong' is.

The court has requested Parliament to approve legislation that

The social attitudes and feelings should be kept in mind the rural

Areas are still at an early age marriages.

Recently the central government to protect children from sexualexploitation A new bill introduced in Parliament in which it has been suggestedthat Mutual legal age of consent to sex instead of sixteen Eighteen years, be set.

The bill of the special court in cases of sexual exploitation of children The arrangement has been made possible through justice. The billlast year was approved by the Rajya Sabha on March ten.

Delhi court's opinion made ​​before the bill is debated in And for social workers and child welfare workers have expressedtheir aatrazat.

The judge commented that a young man of thirty, seventeen years Masuqh kidnapping and rape case has been used.

Ghazi Abad city of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, a young man with a girl

Away from home and got married because their families for this relationship

Were not ready.

The young girl's family was on trial for rape. The girl said in his statement to the court house with their own young Then they went and got married.

Yasir Ali is based in Hasan Abdāl, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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