The legislators of Samagi Jana Balawegaya organized an objection in the Parliament today (November 25) requiring an end to physical violence versus females.
They put on orange-colored items of garments around their arms as well as held indicators that review “Quit physical violence versus females.”
The demonstration of the legislators of the primary Resistance followed the current statements made by SLPP MP Tissa Kuttiarachchi triggered conflict.
Dealing With your house, MP Rohini Kumari Wijerathna stated their demonstration accompanies the United Country’s International Day for the Removal of Physical violence versus Females observed today.
The day notes the 16 Days of Advocacy versus Gender-based Physical Violence (from November 25 to December 10) under the style “Orange the Globe: End Physical Violence versus Female Currently!” The shade stands for a brighter future without physical violence versus females as well as women.
Talking better, MP Wijerathna stated one out of every 5 females in Sri Lanka goes through physical or various other types of misuse. “Also if something occurs in the Parliament, no penalty is enforced, other than a caution.”
When females are over used, the dominating conditions enable the implicated to stroll cost-free while the sufferer experiences, she explained.