Woman PCS officer misbehaved; Women Commission takes suo-motto notice
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in/ Chandigarh
The chairperson of Punjab State Women Commission Manisha Gulati has sought a comprehensive report from the Jalandhar Deputy Commissioner in the incident of the misbehave with a woman PCS officer posted in Jalandhar.
Taking the suo-moto cognizance of the news item published in newspapers in which it was alleged that a RC agent misbehaved with a woman PCS officer and used foul language against her. Manisha Gulati said that the commissioner has taken serious notice of the news item and has directed the Deputy Commissioner for comprehensive probe in this incident and to submit the report by March 25, 2020, till 11:30 am.
Punjab State Commission for Women
The Punjab State Commission for Women has been constituted under THE PUNJAB STATE WOMEN COMMISSION’s ACT (Punjab Act No.4 of 2001) to provide for the constitution of the State Commission for Women with a view the Status of women in the State of Punjab and to inquire into unfair practices affecting women and for the matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
Punjab State Commission for Women also advises the Government on legislative and developmental policies affecting women.