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Women prisoner in Bangalore research based on secondary sources | Original Article

Vasudha .*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research

ABSTRACT:

The goal of this study is to highlight the issues that female inmates face when they are incarcerated. And disclose all of the rights that are safeguarded for and by women convicts, as well as the circumstances that lead women to commit crimes. Women encounter the same issues in jail systems that were predominantly created by and for males, notwithstanding cultural and resource inequalities. These include sexual assault, inadequate medical care, child loss, marital violence, and other forms of physical and mental abuse. The issue only emerges when a poor, uneducated woman joins a jail and is frequently physically and verbally mistreated by prison employees. Under several particular provisions for the care, welfare, and development of women and children, the Indian Constitution gives equal rights to women as well as rights to prisoners and those who have been arrested. The main problems that affect women convicts and their dependent children in the jail, and to collect information and suggestions on how these problems could be effectively handled.