Haryana govt. is going to launch Chatra Parivahan Suraksha Yojana for safety of girls. Under this scheme, all the girl students will get free travel facility from their home to their educational institutions. The state govt. will also constitute a special task force namely “Durgashakti Vahini” to minimize the crimes against women.
The primary objective of this scheme is to ensure that the girls feel secure at public places, work places and while travelling. Haryana state govt. will follow a zero tolerance policy for unethical behaviour against women.
The tagline for this Yojana is “Mhare Haryane Ki Shaan, Ladka-Ladki Ek Saman”. The state govt. will also take other steps necessary to ensure survival and safety of women after recent rape cases in haryana.
Chatra Parivahan Suraksha Yojana
This scheme will provide free travelling facility to girls regardless of the number of students in an educational institution. The state govt. is making every possible effort to ensure safety and security of women. To successfully implement Chatra Parivahan Suraksha Yojana, govt. will appoint nodal officers whom the girls will be able to submit their requirements.
Only 2 states – MP and Haryana has the provision of death penalty for raping a minor below 12 years of age. All the other state governments are also appreciating this step. Recently, Menka Gandhi has also made a statement regarding formation of a law at the national level to give death penalty in rape cases of minors below the age of 12 years. As another initiative, govt. is also taking steps to eliminate female foeticide from the state. Social organizations must work in collaboration with the state govt. to deal with such evils prevailing in the society.
Moreover, Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Abhiyan has resulted in improvement in sex ratio. Even there is reservation of 33% for women in elections to Panchayati Raj Institutions which has resulted in 42% women representatives in gram panchayats. After the launch of BBBP Scheme in Jhajjar, sex ratio is now improved from 824 to 920 girls per 1,000 boys.