"We are also in the process of setting up a committee that will monitor the programme implementation in all the states. It will monitor whether the programmes are reaching to the anganwadis or not, whether NREGA is being implemented or not, etc."
The chairperson also emphasized the need for the pro-active involvement of civic society. "In cases of crime against women like the Dhaula Kuan rape case or the recent shootout in the same area where a college girl was shot dead on a foot bridge, many crimes would not have taken place if people or bystanders had acted then and there."
The NCW is also seeking a report from the Noida administration on the two sisters confining themselves in their apartment for over six months, one of whom expired Wednesday morning.
Amendments in the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex selection) Act, proper implementation of Domestic Violence Act and the Sexual Harassment at Workplace Bill will be NCW's priority areas to push for in the Monsoon session of Parliament, Abrar said.