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The Women Harassment Act 2010: Impacts on Pakistani Society
This study is designed to explore the pros and cones of Women Harassment act 2010 in Pakistan Women are not secured at public places for this security women Harassment Act 2010 was introduced, It is seemed that implementation of this Act is absent (legal and implementing issues are seen) like the other acts passed by the national assemblies of Pakistan. Explanatory and narrative method is followed to elaborate the topic and findings are that passing the laws and acts is not enough but the implementation is important. The lament is that implementation is not regulated efficiently and properly. Implementation of laws must be ensured, regulated and checked at periodic basis. Women’s quota and seat in assemblies Legislation regarding women and infant health, etc. is not securing the women in our society.
Dr. Zahid Yaseen
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, GC Women University Sialkot, Pakistan
MS Scholar, Department of Political Science, Science G.C. Women University Sialkot, Pakistan
Ph. D Scholar, Department of Political Science, G.C. Women University Sialkot, Pakistan