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Establishment of men’s ministry is our ultimate aim: SIFF

Monday, 16 August 2010

YERKAUD(Tamil Nadu): As many as 22 national NGOs participated in the 3rd Men’s Rights Conference held at Yercaud in Tamil Nadu on the 14th and the 15th of August, 2010.
 

The organizations marked a “sugarless” Independence Day this year as a symbol of the bitter life they have been handed out by women who harass them and even deny them parenting rights.
 
“SIFF and its allied NGOs, under the aegis of the Save Indian Family movement, called for a “Sugarless Independence Day”, this year. Men’s rights activists who attended the conference decided to have sugarless tea/coffee on the 15th of August, 2010 and also did not had any other sweets. This was an epitome of the bitterness in the lives of men who are living in a society where there are only expectations from them and no acceptance for them”, said Mandeep Puri, coordinator of the Chandigarh Chapter.  
 
“This men’s rights conference was conducted to discuss and intensify the awareness campaign of the various problems being faced by men in India as sons, brothers, husbands and fathers including skyrocketing suicide rates by men, especially married men. As per National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB)”, said Gaurav Saini, coordinator, Chandigarh Chapter.
 
“The organization plans to intensify the movement and aim to establish a Men’s Welfare Ministry. Further, the movement plans to expand to another 50 cities with Help line and create Massive Awareness Campaign among the people to reject in political arena (MLA, MP) who neglect ‘men welfare/interest’ by creating a SIF vote bank”, said Arun Kumar.  
 
“Intensify the need of ‘Men’s Welfare Ministry’ through awareness and advocacy with executives and stop Multiple Maintenance litigation were some other demanded which were discussed during the national conference at Yerkaurt”, added Mandeep Puri
 

“The Chandigarh chapter will soon be announcing the launch of the Chandigarh Chapter of All India Mother-in-Law Protection Forum and Child Rights in Shared Parenting”, said the organization.
 
The NGOs which were a part of the conference were Save Family Foundation, New Delhi, Gender Human Rights Society, New Delhi, Save Indian Family, Nagpur, Maharastra, Hridya, Kolkata, West Bengal, Save Indian Family, Guwahati, Assam, Pati Pariwar Kalyan Samathi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, All India Mother-in-Law Protection Forum, Bangalore, Karnataka, Save Indian Family,Chandigarh, Save Indian Family, Bangalore , Karnataka, Save Indian Family Movement, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Save Family Harmony, Visakapatinam, A.P , Save Indian Family, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, National Litigant Bench, Bangalore, Karnataka, AIMWA ( All India Men’s Welfare Association), Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh, National Family Harmony Society, Bangalore, Karnataka, Save Indian Family, Pune, Maharastra, Save Indian Family, Jabalpur, Madhra Pradesh, PURE ( People’s Urge for Rights & Equity), Mysore, Karantaka, Child Rights in Shared Parenting, Bangalore, Karnataka, SAMSEVA, Bangalore, Karnataka, Men’s Seek Justice, USA/Delhi and Save Indian Family, Raipur, Chastigarh.  
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