Sanitary Vending Machines in District Courts at Bangalore

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Women practitioners in district courts in Bangalore are able to access a cup of coffee far more easily than a sanitary napkin. Take the court at Mayo Hall, Bangalore for instance, there are at least two outlets for tea and coffee. There are most definitely two juice centers. However, there is not a single vendor selling sanitary napkins in the court. If one unfortunately made the mistake of going to the 'Primary Health Care Centre', what they will offer is surgical cotton.

While the request for a vending machine has been accepted at the Karnataka High Court, Bangalore, the same facility has not been extended to the district courts. This could possibly be due to financial issues or just bad administration.

However, I am given to understand that if we are to make a case that this facility ought to be provided in the other courts, and a persuasive one in that, then we need to have the power of numbers.

Therefore, if you are a legal practitioner registered in India, please sign the petition with your roll number. If you are a law student, please sign the petition with your roll number and law school name.

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