Ramification of Social Laws in India with Growing Social Issues against Women and Children and the Youth and It’s Effect on the Future Generation

  • Dr. Sumanta Bhattacharya,
  • Chittatosh Mukherjee and Bhavneet Kaur Sachdev
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  • Dr. Sumanta Bhattacharya

    Research Scholar at MAKAUT, India

  • Chittatosh Mukherjee

    Former chief Justice of Mumbai High Court and Calcutta High Court and First Hon'ble Chairperson of West Bengal Human Rights Commission, India

  • Bhavneet Kaur Sachdev

    Political Science (Hons.) from Calcutta University, India

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Majority of death and suicide cases happen in India in particular among the young generation is because of lack of social security in India. If you see a gay couple or transgender on the road, they are brutally beaten and exploited by many communities. Inter caste marriage is considered illegal in many parts of the country. Inter caste marriage people in many communities are not offered any kind of social help in the society or locality, Child labour has become common, 8000 women die each year due to dowry. Women are living their workforce because of lack of social protection. Cases of rape, domestic violence has seen the highest cases during this covid pandemic in India. India is governed by traditional orthodox believes and customs. Caste is your my identity to be recognized as part of the society. The social laws which protect women, children and transgender is not enough to safe the society where there many problems with the existing social laws where laws for the protection of orphanage and old age home are not taking into account. Right to education is a fundamental right but due to social rules and regulation of the society in particular in the rural areas they don’t send their girl child to school. Women health issue is not given much consideration. The social security in India is ruled by a patriarchy community which needs to end to bring development and social protection for every citizen in the country including animal safety


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, Page 1198 - 1207

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112014

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