Proposed workplace Bill is anti-men, alleges NGO
The proposed inquiry proceedings in the 2010 Bill are designed to deny justice to men. The proposed Internal Complaints Committee, as provided in Section 4 of the proposed Act, shall be headed by woman, according to All India Men's Welfare Association (AIMWA).
Its members shall consist of at least two women employees committed to the cause of women. The term has not been explained in the proposed Act, but in common parlance, it means "a feminist woman". Thus the basic constitution of the internal complaints committee has been designed to be anti-men.
Similarly, Local Committee constituted under Section 7 of the proposed Act is chaired by "eminent woman in field of social work committed to the cause of woman" and representatives of NGOs "committed to the cause of woman," AIMWA said.
Civilized jurisprudence of any society requires unbiased judges, whereas the proposed Act provides of anti-men jury, it said.
No man respondent can expect any justice from such biased jury, where it knows that they hold office because ¿they are committed to the cause of women.
"Also, there is a provision for settlement under Section 10 of the proposed Act. A man respondent shall be aware in the settlement proceeding that if he doesn't agree to the settlement proposal by the inquiry committee, the same inquiry committee shall inquire into the charges."
"Thus the proposed settlement mechanism is nothing but an
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