Describe your national law cue card 2019
You should say:
What the law is?
Do you follow it?
How do you feel about this?
Well, I live in India and the Indian government has enacted a variety of laws for the better life of Indian citizens. These laws are written in the constitution of India. For instance, the Anti-smoking act, drunk, drive law, maternity benefits law and so on the act are passed by the public sector of India.
But here, I would like to talk about a law named the dowry prohibition act. This law enacted by the Indian government in 1961. This law made to pun an end to the dowry system in India. The dowry system in India refers to the durable goods, cash, and moveable or real property that the bride’s family gives to the bridegroom, his parents and relatives as a condition of the marriage.
It is known as Dahez in Hindi. In the past time, parents give some household things to their daughter and her husband in order to help them in their new married life. but many greedy people fixed it as a condition for marriage. Besides it, In some cases, the dowry system leads to a crime against women, ranging from emotional abuse and injury to deaths such as some persons kill their law-in-daughter for dowry.
According to this law, giving dowry in India is now prohibited. Section 498A of the Indian Penal Code required the bridegroom and his family to be automatically arrested if a wife complains of dowry harassment. Court gives imprisonment and fine to criminals of the dowry prohibition act.
All in all, this law protects poverty-stricken people from being deceived by greedy persons. Moreover, the Indian constitution has provided the different types of laws and rights to the people to protect their fundamentals rights but unfortunately, most of the human beings are not aware of their rights.
Well, there are numerous laws imposed by the Government from time to time. All these laws are for the benefit of the society and without these laws, we would be living in utter chaos. So, here I would like to describe a national law named the Maternity benefit act, 1961. This law provides benefits during maternity.
Furthermore, this act protect the employment of women entitles her of a maternity benefit- i.e. full paid absence from work – to take care of her child. This act is for all establishments employing 10 or more persons. After the amendments in this law, benefits were also increased.
These areas increasing maternity benefit from 12 weeks to 26 weeks for two surviving children and 12 weeks for more than two children; 12 weeks Maternity Benefit to a ‘Commissioning mother’ and ‘Adopting mother.’ And the reason behind these amendments is maternal care to the child during early childhood- crucial for growth and development of the child.
Moreover, this law provides tension free and valuable time with a child for her mother. Now, a mother can easily take care of her child. She can take maternity leave easily as well as take care of themselves during pregnancy.
This law enables a mother to spend with her newborn baby because a newborn baby recovers more and more in the lap of his or her loving mother.
To wrap up, I must say, this is one of the best steps has taken as national law by the Indian government.
FOLLOW UPS QUESTION:
Question: Do you think this law is acceptable to the people?
Answer: yes, this law acceptable by the Indian citizens and it is very beneficial for women employees.This act good for the maintenance of women and her child when she is not working.
Question: According to you, rules and regulations are important for every country?
Answer: definitely, rule and regulations are very important for every country without rules any country look like a jungle. Everyone follows the rules when rules are used in the right way they provide a stable environment and human co-existent in the country, which leads to peace and development.