passed by the Co-ordination Committee of Central Government Employees and Workers; Delhi State
on 31st December 2012
The Central Government Employees of Delhi State gathered today the 31st December 2012 in front of the GPO, New Delhi at 2.30 p.m. under the banner of Co-Ordination Committee of Central Government Employees & Workers’ Delhi State offer their deepest condolence to the bereaved family of 23 years old rape victim died on 29th December 2012 in Singapore. This gathering also mourns the death of all other known and unknown rape victims.
This condolence meeting demands legislation of stringent laws on the crime against women and also fast track and rigorous punishments to the persons convicted against rape and other crime against women.
Resolved to forward this resolution to all concerned.
(Giri Raj Singh)
Co-ordination Committee of Central Government Employees and Workers; Delhi State
C/o Income Tax Employees Association,Room No. 160, C. R. Building, I.P. Estate, New Delhi- 110002
No:-COC/DEL/2012/10/16 Dated: 31st December, 2012
The Prime Minister,
Government of India,
New Delhi – 110011
Subject:- Forwarding of Condolence Resolution.
I am to enclose herewith a Resolution adopted by this Co-ordination Committee today offering Condolence to the bereaved family of 23 years old rape victim died on 29thDecember 2012 and on the demand of enactment of stricter laws against the convicts of rape and crime against women.
It may be brought to your kind information that, the women employees working in Central Government Departments also confront different forms of Sexual harassments while performing their duties and the rule enforcing authorities seldom implement the instructions of the government to protect the women workers from sexual harassments in work place. As such, majority of the victims do not get justice and they are compelled to work in an atmosphere of humiliation and insult. We therefore, request you to kindly take appropriate measures to ensure that the women workers in the Central Government offices are able to work in an atmosphere free from humiliation and they get justice against the harassments they face.
Encl: as above
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