Parliament To Examine The proposed Bill Of Changing Marriage Age

The Parliamentary Standing Committee in its first gathering on April 13 will look at the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill in the Bill on Education, Women, Children, Youth and Sports.

The bill was presented in the Lok Sabha throughout the colder time of year meeting this year. The council headed by BJP MP Vinay Sahasrabuddhe will hear the individuals from the Jaya Jaitley panel in its first gathering, which is on Wednesday. The board currently needs to present its report by June 24.

Prior, MP Sushmita Dev is the main lady individual from the parliamentary board that will analyze the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, which raises the lawful period of marriage for ladies from 18 to 21 years. Association Minister Smriti Irani presented this bill in the Lok Sabha throughout the colder time of year meeting of Parliament. It was then shipped off a 31-part panel for examination.

As indicated by the rundown of individuals from the Parliamentary Standing Committee headed by senior BJP pioneer Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, accessible on the Rajya Sabha site, Sushmita Dev is the main lady among 31 individuals.

Shiv Sena’s Rajya Sabha MP Priyanka Chaturvedi likewise composed a letter to Upper House Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu asking him to reexamine the panel and remember more ladies individuals for the advisory group to guarantee a fair test. The Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 2021 proposes to correct the current regulation.

The Equality in Minimum Marriageable Age for Men and Women Bill proposes to raise the base time of marriage for ladies from 18 to 21.

It is essential that there has been a long discussion about the period of marriage of young ladies in the country. Before autonomy, different least age was fixed in the country to stop the act of kid marriage. In 1927, educationist, judge, legislator and social reformer Rai Saheb Harbilas Sarda presented a bill for the counteraction of youngster marriage. The bill proposes to raise the period of union with 18 for young men and 14 for young ladies. After that the law which was made in 1929 is known as Saradha Act. Then, at that point, in 1978 this regulation was corrected to lessen the base period of union with 21 for young men and 18 for young ladies. Presently by and by this regulation is currently change.