Community social marriage organises on May Day
For commemorating social justice week for Labour on May Day a “community social marriage of children of Disadvantaged Labourers” has been organised in the capital on Thursday.
In our Indian culture, marriage is considered as the pious relationship between a man and a woman, where the people marry for various reasons to get legal, social and economic stability.
The dark side of the fact related to marriage is not hidden from us when many women are divorced or burnt alive or killed by any illegal means only because the family members of distressed girls get themselves unable to meet the dowry demand of his/her daughters’ in-laws family members.
Worst of these are the social discrimination and humiliation of the underprivileged family members faces among the society whose daughter remains unmarried owing to paucity of wealth to shut the mouth of greedy and immoral people.
The chances of this dark side almost get diminished in the community marriage, where people of both sides- bride and groom- willingly participate in matrimonial function with the motto “no dowry demand.”
With the noble motive to access justice for all, a community social marriage has been organised by voluntary social institution “Shramik Referral Centre for People Living with HIV / AIDS” for the liberation of Daughters of Darkness of disadvantaged labourers.
The matrimonial ceremony will be held in presence of the chief guest the Honourable Chief Justice of India K G Balakrishnan and the co-chief guest Shiela Dixit, the Chief Minister of Delhi.
Shramik Referral Centre for People Living with HIV/AIDS
The Shramik Referral Centre for People Living with HIV/AIDS is a voluntary social organisation with the noble cause for benefiting the poorest of the poor labourers of the unorganised sector living in distress.
The Centre is the brainchild of eminent rehabilitation social worker Sreerupa Mitra Chaudhary, who founded it with support from Delhi’s Chief Minister Sheila Dixit and others for providing care and support to the most marginalized and abandoned citizens.
The Centre also known for its humanitarian service had been established by Coalition for Rural Empowerment in the year 2003 with infrastructural support of Shram Kalyan Kendra of Department of Labour, Government of N.C.T of Delhi in association with Delhi Labour Welfare Board for the welfare of the labouring citizens of Delhi.
Schedules of Matrimonial Ceremony
Venue: National Legal Service Authority 12/11, Jam Nagar House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi
Date: May 01, 2008 Time: 5:30 pm
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