3rd GPM Session

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3rd GPM session on character assasination with domestic violence rape and abuse

Presented by Divine Abode Foundation in association with National Human Rights Council for Women
Hosted by Kamaluddin Charitable Trust and Al Ikhlas Gallery
For details log on to our website http://www.totalpeacemission.com

Table Schedule
Date: 19th March
Venue : Al Ikhlas Gallery
Event type : Round Table
Start time :- 9:30 am
High Tea :- 11:30 am5
Session Continues :- 11:55 am
End Time :- 12:30 pm

Lighting of the Lamp
Welcome by Gulsha Begum
President Global Peace Missio
Introduction of Speakers
Momento Distribution

SPEAKERS
Ragini Chaturvedi
Rajasthan Pradesh Mahila Congress General  Secretary
President National Human Rights Council of India for Women ( Raj )

Mrs Kantha Ahuja
Former Vice Chancellor Ajmer University
& Jaipur University

DL Tripati
Vice President PUCL
Joint Secretary Citizens Council Ajmer

Saba Khan
President
Ajmer  Mahila Congress

Dr Sandeep Awasti
Sufi & Vedantha Scholar

Dr Pam Erickson
Mayo Girls School

Dr Ravi Bhatnagar
Principal BS College Dudu Rajasthan
Visiting Faculty Research Guide Sunrise University Rajasthan

Subhash Jain
Education Consultant  & Author

Bk Sister Yogin
Brahmakumari Ashram

Bakshish Singh
Sufi Author

Hassan Chishty
Gaddinashin Ajmer Dargah
Chief Editor Khwaja ki Nagari

Maj. (Rtd.) Noshir K. Marfatia
Partner, New Majestic Talkies,
President Ajmer Parsi Jarthosti Anjuman

Press Release/ The 3rd GPM Session took off with the burning topic of character assassination attempt as a deep sea of all evil in the world.

Former Vice Chancellor Kanta Ahuja of Jaipur University inaugrated the session by lighting the lamp.

DL Tripati Vice president PUCL spoke on the various laws that is in favour of women in our country and women must speak out against the culprits to seek justice.

Sabah Khan, Ragini Chaturvedi, Dr Sandeep Awasti, Hasan Chishty, Bakshish Singh, Shubhash Jain, Prerna Arora, Major Marfathiya and BRahmakumari Yogini participated in the session this morning.

The discussion on verbal abuse and emotional abuse in relationships was discussed which is on the rise, and the psychological damage it inflicts can be crippling. Sometimes with no hitting involved yet the subtle put-downs, the physical avoidance, the mocking is emotional abuse. Emotional abuse is a behavior and language designed to degrade or humiliate someone by attacking their self-value or personality. There are many women who are victims of emotional abuse said Gulsha Begum President Global Peace Mission

Dr Ravi Bhatnagar expressed his concern on how the law is misused by women most times with frivolous lawsuits against the men. He stressed that Character Assassination and Abuse is not on any one gender rather it’s experienced with both genders.

Dr Pam Erickson highlighted on the need of imparting sex education to bring awareness among the youth to bring about a change in the future generations.

Dr Sandeep Awasti highlighted the importance of events within our country and how women raped will have to struggle for action against the culprits. The system is too laid back or too much under pressure from higher authorities to not register most cases. Sadly this is the state of affairs in our country.

However the discussion was concluded by ms Begum on the solutions for all the unrest in the world was to turn towards spirituality. She said Spirituality teaches us to be the most powerful tool which allows us to negate all the unrest within us and in turn a better world is possible. The world cannot change unless each one takes to strict moral and virtues which alone can bring peace inside and outside. spirituality teaches us patience and tolerance in a world where one is assaulted mentally or physically. spirituality teaches us to seek justice from the universe when every other worldly system fails to give justice. Silience and faith is the greatest weapon in the world.

The participants were honoured and the session was concluded with high tea.

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