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CRISP tips accepted by RS panel PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Deccan Herald   
The Rajya Sabha Parliamentary Committee, which submitted its 45th report on public grievances, law and justice, has accepted some of the major suggestions made by Bangalore-based NGO ‘Children's Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting (CRISP) for the proposed Marriage Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2010.

In the Bill to be tabled before the Lok Sabha, CRISP, which has made several significant suggestions related to Children’s rights and compensation was in a celebratory mood.
Kumar V Jahgirdhar, president, CRISP, who was invited to present his recomendations to the committee, said his prime recommendation that if the husband wants to save a marriage, he should be give an opportunity to save it for the sake of children. 

“Children are not represented by anybody. This is necessary in their interest,” Jahgirdhar said.

CRISP has also suggested that the Government must ensure that the child’s custody be given to parents jointly at the time of divorce so that natural parents have equal access in the interest of children.


Another CRISP suggestion accepted by the committee is concerned with adopted children.  

“Even the adopted children should be considered for maintenance if their adopted parents get separated,” he said.

Reacting to the inclusion of their suggestions in the bill to be tabled in the Lok Sabha, Jahgirdhar said that CRISP is excited about this law being amended in the interest of children. Crisp was invited with other NGOs by the committee in August 2010.

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