- 1 In which case is Bhanwari Devi related?
- 2 What was the name of the women’s group that filed the public interest litigation in Bhanwari Devi case?
- 3 Who killed Bhanwari Devi?
- 4 What was Vishaka case?
- 5 Why did the case Vishaka vs State of Rajasthan has become famous?
- 6 What are the main features of Vishakha guidelines?
- 7 What is Vishaka guidelines Upsc?
- 8 Why was Sister Abhaya killed Quora?
- 9 Who is Indira Bishnoi?
- 10 What is HR posh?
- 11 What is the posh act?
- 12 Is Posh training mandatory?
Bhanwari Devi murder case
|Born||1974/1975 Kishangarh block, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India|
|Died||1 September 2011 (age 36)|
|Cause of death||Murder|
What was the name of the women’s group that filed the public interest litigation in Bhanwari Devi case?
She has been actively working with Bhanwari for the past two decades. Activists and women groups across Jaipur and Delhi based NGOs raised this question and filed a public interest petition in the Supreme Court under the collective platform of Vishaka.
Who killed Bhanwari Devi?
Bhanwari Devi murder case: Indira Bishnoi arrested. Rajasthan Police has arrested Indra Bishnoi, who has been evading arrest for the last six years in the sensational Bhanwari Devi murder case, in Madhya Pradesh.
What was Vishaka case?
v State of Rajasthan was a 1997 Indian Supreme Court case where various women’s groups led by Naina Kapur and her organisation, Sakshi filed Public Interest Litigation (PIL) against the state of Rajasthan and the central government of India to enforce the fundamental rights of working women under Articles 14, 19 and 21
Why did the case Vishaka vs State of Rajasthan has become famous?
Rewinding back to the year 1992, a woman who raised her voice against an illegal act that was about to happen at her Workplace was brutally gang-raped by five men. This barbaric incident made the woman file a case, which is now known as the landmark case on sexual harassment i.e, Vishakha and Ors.
What are the main features of Vishakha guidelines?
Features of the Vishaka guidelines
- Definition of Sexual Harassment.
- Provide a safer working environment.
- Duty of the employer to file a complaint.
- Complaint redressal committee.
- Employer to assist the employee if she is sexually harassed.
- Duty of employer to spread awareness.
What is Vishaka guidelines Upsc?
The Vishaka guidelines were laid down by the Supreme Court in Vishakha and others v State of Rajasthan judgment in 1997. It imposes three key obligations on employing institutions – prohibition, prevention, and redress. The institutions are mandated to establish a Complaints Committee.
Why was Sister Abhaya killed Quora?
The accused, fearing scandal and blasphemy, hit Sr Abhaya’s head with an axe with an intention to murder her. The prosecution pointed out that Sr Abhaya witnessing the sexual act of Fr Kottoor and Sr Sephy was the reason behind the murder.
Who is Indira Bishnoi?
Indira Bishnoi, who helped plan the murder of Bhanwari Devi with her brother Malkhan Singh Bishnoi, a former Congress legislator in 2011, was arrested in Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas by a Rajasthan Anti-terrorism Squad (ATS) team. According to the police, Ms Bishnoi was staying at a shelter along the Narmada river.
What is HR posh?
The POSH Act holds an employer responsible for preventing any form of sexual harassment at employees. It is the responsibility of the employer to handle any complaints regarding sexual harassment at workplace. The organization has to draft a policy on prevention of sexual harassment.
What is the posh act?
The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 is India’s first law against prevention, prohibition, and redressal of sexual harassment for women at the workplace. The Act, along with its rules, is collectively called the POSH law.
Is Posh training mandatory?
In the year 2013, to support POSH, the “ Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act“ was passed in India. According to this act, any organization with more than 10 employees must implement this law. POSH is one of the mandatory trainings in every organization.