APWWS urged APSCW to scrap clause 42 & 43: Bill submitted to GoAP says"APSCW"
An abrupt report of the Arunachal Pradesh women welfare society (APWWS) unanimously urged the APSCW to scrap the most controversial and debated Clauses 42 and 43 pertaining to “Rights of an ASPT woman married to Non-APST on inherited immovable property" and “Rights of an APST woman married to Non-APST on immovable property owned & acquired by her” came to the surface after having been firmly disagreed by the masses of Arunachal Pradesh”
Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW)on Monday reported that the commission has already submitted the bill to the state government.
The commission said, “The state might look forward on the proposed draft and solemnly reconsider it for approval “
Clause 42 of the proposed draft bill states that “An APST woman married to non-APST man shall enjoy any immovable property inherited from the head of the family in her lifetime, subject to the basic limit that the properties so inherited would devolve, in the event of her death, upon the heirs of her ancestors from whom she inherited.”
Clause 43 of the proposed draft bill states that “An APST woman married to non-APST man shall enjoy the right of any immovable property owned and acquired by her in her lifetime. In the event of her death, her husband and her heirs would have full rights of it for disposal and alienation to any indigenous tribal of Arunachal Pradesh.”