One Day Legal Awareness Programme by APSCE
Publish Date : 23/08/2022
Roing, Aug 22: Women need to understand that the ‘Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act’ was made to safeguard women against domestic violence and not misuse it for a personal act of revenge, stated Nabam Yahi Tad, Vice Chairperson (APSCW) during a One Day Legal Awareness Programme held at Dambuk.
She advocated for discouraging polygamy saying that a woman/mother only can convince her daughter not to marry an already married person and become a home breaker. We have to understand the needs of the changing times and not allow the practice of polygamy. Nabam Yahi Tad also enjoined all to register their marriages.
Emphasis was also put on the imperative need to protect the future generations from drugs menace. The public and the Panchayat leaders must make it a mission to curb the menace in its infancy, she advised. Selling drugs may be profitable for some but it will destroy a large chunk of the population, she added.
The One Day Legal Awareness Programme, which was sponsored by the Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women(APSCW) and conducted by the District Administration and AMYAA NGO, Roing, witnessed the participation of 175 participants of Dambuk area.
Neharika Umbrey (CWC) spoke on Parenting skills (good & poor parenting) basic child rights that every parents need to know and be aware of, Adv. Bulia Pulu spoke on Awareness on Domestic violence Act, 2005, types of domestic violence, Legal support for victims of domestic violence & Legal rights of women in general, W. Ramwa (SDPO) created awareness on drugs & substance abuse, role of police & community available data and needs for joint action to stop drug menace and cybercrime and Adv. Rukmini Linggi created awareness on polygamy, types of polygamy, cause of polygamy and its impact on women of Arunachal Pradesh, Indian law on polygamy. EAC (Dambuk) Olom Panggeng and R.K Paul Chawang President (AMYAA NGO) also spoke on the occasion.