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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Issue 6, Part D (2019)

Socio-legal status of women in India

Sarap NS
The woman was worshipped as goddess and enjoyed equal freedom as her counterparts in the society. The concept of democracy will only assume true and national legislation that are decided upon jointly by men and women in impartial reputes for the interest and aptitudes of both shares of the population. Upgrading in the status of women was a sincere inductee made by the constitution and accepted subsequently by the Government from the very start of independent India. Reservation is one of the measures taken so that women can come out of the shell and have equal opportunity to participate legislature itself cannot transform a society without the help of the supportive agency i.e. Judiciary. The Judicial appraisal, Judicial do-gooding, social action litigation and duty of enforcement of fundamental rights which the higher court in India has evolved a gender law which has given substance blood strengthening and life to the constitutional scheme of protective discrimination in favour of women. It is very much necessary to know your legal rights. The women need to alert that once violence begins it will not stop rather continue to worsen, if not objected timely.
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How to cite this article:
Sarap NS. Socio-legal status of women in India. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(6):464-465.
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