Bihar told the Supreme Court that a board for transgender rights has been formed


PTI, New Delhi / Patna.

Published by: Jeet kumar
Updated Sat, Nov 6, 2021 12:07 PM M. IST

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The state government said that the Bihar State Transgender Welfare Board was established in 2015. Social development measures for the transgender community are being implemented and monitored by the Board from time to time.

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The voice of the transgender community in the country is now increasing rapidly. The Bihar government also spoke at the ongoing Supreme Court hearing on a petition related to the issue of transgender people. The Bihar government has told the court that it has taken all possible measures to protect the rights of the transgender community, including creating a state welfare board for transgender people to oversee their social development.

On April 12 of this year, a bank headed by the then Chief Justice SA Bobde (since his retirement) had sought a response from the Center and the states to a request from the Kinnar Maa Social Sanstha Trust, which sought to address the issues of social welfare of the community. Directives were sought to establish a Transgender Welfare Board to

Rakesh Ranjan, Deputy Director, Department of Social Welfare, Government of Bihar, presenting an affidavit related to the response, said that all possible measures are being taken to protect the rights of the transgender community and that they can lead a dignified life like any other. another citizen. in the field Huh. The state government said that the Bihar State Transgender Welfare Board was established in 2015.

Social development measures for the transgender community are being implemented and monitored by the Board from time to time. Its structure included members of the transgender community to ensure their recognition and empowerment.

The state government said other welfare measures are also being taken and that the Patna High Court is overseeing a case on the issue, which has been issuing various orders from time to time. At the same time, an independent web portal has also been prepared to raise the voice of the transgender community.

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The voice of the transgender community in the country is now increasing rapidly. The Bihar government also spoke at the ongoing Supreme Court hearing on a petition related to the issue of transgender people. The Bihar government has told the court that it has taken all possible measures to protect the rights of the transgender community, including creating a state welfare board for transgender people to oversee their social development.

On April 12 of this year, a bank headed by the then Chief Justice SA Bobde (since his retirement) had sought a response from the Center and the states to a request from the Kinnar Maa Social Sanstha Trust, which sought to address the issues of social welfare of the community. Directives were sought to establish a Transgender Welfare Board to

Rakesh Ranjan, Deputy Director, Department of Social Welfare, Government of Bihar, presenting an affidavit related to the response, said that all possible measures are being taken to protect the rights of the transgender community and that they can lead a dignified life like any other. another citizen. in the field Huh. The state government said that the Bihar State Transgender Welfare Board was established in 2015.

Social development measures for the transgender community are being implemented and monitored by the Board from time to time. Its structure included members of the transgender community to ensure their recognition and empowerment.

The state government said other welfare measures are also being taken and that the Patna High Court is overseeing a case on the issue, which has been issuing various orders from time to time. At the same time, an independent web portal has also been prepared to raise the voice of the transgender community.


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