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The transgender persons ( protection of rights ) bill, 2019 was passed on parliament on November’26 under the bill, the transgender is defined as a person whose gender does not match the one assigned at with.
Salient features of the bill:-
- The bill prohibits discrimination against the trans people in fields like employment, health, education, housing facilities, health care by other services.
- The bill allows the self-perception of gender identity.
- The bill aims to protect the rights of transgender persons by granting these their due recognitions and making need full precision for them.
- The bill strongly focusses a transgender and rabies and very little empresses to the gender queue, intersect communities.
- The bill also did not provide any recourse a transgender person could take in case the district Magistrate refuses to recognize a transgender as refuses to uses a certificate.
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The provision under the bill is not satisfied with the trans person and the community. They allege that the bill fakes away their right to self-identification of gender.
At the heart of the issues bill is social pre-judges of trans problem, useless this is addressed at a basic societal level, no law will be able to empower the marginalized and persecuted transgender community.