BHU violence: Students made to vacate 5 varsity hostels


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Madhya Pradesh Government Orders Regular Inspection Of Women’s Hostels


Similar rules will also be framed for private hostels to ensure safety of inmates.(File)

Bhopal: 

The Madhya Pradesh government today ordered monthly inspection of women’s hostels in the state, after an inmate of a facility for differently-abled women was allegedly raped by its director.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has issued directions to officials in this regard to prevent recurrence of such incidents at women’s hostels and orphanages.

The director of a hostel for speech and hearing impaired women in the Awadhpuri area in Bhopal was arrested on Wednesday night for allegedly raping a 20-year-old deaf and mute tribal inmate.

“I have taken a meeting of the officials concerned and directed them to conduct monthly inspections of such (state) aided and unaided facilities where girls are residing,” Mr Chouhan told reporters at his residence.

“The inspection will be carried out by the collector and superintendent of police in each district on a monthly basis,” he said.

Mr Chouhan said similar rules will also be framed for private hostels to ensure safety of inmates.

“Rules will be framed for private hostels, too, to ensure girls remain safe there. Such incidents are very painful and already the accused person has been arrested,” Mr Chouhan said.





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CM Shivraj Singh chouhan gives instruction to check Hostels every month in Madhya pradesh


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Build ‘Hostels’ For Stray Cows And Dogs, Animal Welfare Board Asks States


A separate committee will ensure that animals in films are not subjected to cruelty

New Delhi:  The Animal Welfare Board of India asked states and union territories to build “hostels” for stray cows and dogs adding a committee will check that young animals are not killed in slaughter houses.

It also said a separate committee will ensure that animals in films are not subjected to cruelty and movies with animals in it shall be released only after obtaining the NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the AWBI.

The AWBI, which has moved closer to the national capital by shifting its headquarters from Chennai to Ballabhgarh (Haryana), also assured that all the states will resolve the issue of stray animals within a month.

It also asked the states to ensure there is adequate ‘gochar‘ or grazing land, build animal hostels and make provisions for proper spaces for animals within their planned or smart cities.

“We are not forcing anyone to compromise with their eating habits or stopping anyone from not eating non-vegetarian food, but all the slaughter houses will have to abide but rules,” AWBI Chairperson SP Gupta said at a conference here.

“We will inspect all the slaughter houses to ensure that young animals are not slaughtered, which happens a lot and also falls under the category of animal cruelty… we will also ensure hygiene so that clean meat is supplied,” Mr Gupta said.

Stating that animals on the roads also fall under the category of cruelty, the AWBI said that they had met the Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Gujarat, and written to other states to ensure that stray animals get shelter.

“We have given very clear instructions and asked them to provide proper shelter to the stray animals,” Gupta said.

“Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who is also a cow lover, has assured that the issue of animals on roads will be resolved very soon,” the AWBI Chairperson said.

The AWBI also said it will drag the respective state governments to the court if they fail to comply with its advisories.





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