New Delhi | The landmark judgement by the Supreme Court on 11th August, 2020, held that daughters will have coparcenary rights on father’s property even if he died before the Hindu Succession (amendment) Act 2005 came into force.
Further, the supreme court’s verdict also specified that the 2005 amendment in the Hindu Succession Act of 1956 would have a retrospective effect, granting the right of inheritance to the daughters alive during the amendment, even if they were born before it.
Sumi Gupta, Director, Tatsat Foundation, welcomes the Supreme Court’s move to gender equality, and said, “Such thoughtful policy design, judicial activism and political will is needed to address gender concerns in India, where women are still struggling for equal opportunity constantly”. “Please browse through the latest Tatsat Communique to know about more such concerns”, She added.
Sumi Gupta, Director
Sumi, instituted the Tatsat Foundation with the intention to ‘professionalise the sector’ advocating for dignity and respect of those working in the social sector. She has 20+ years of experience in countries like the UK, Philippines, Costa Rica, India, US and Australia, across various industries—from IT / ITES, Global Retail, Luxury to Consumer Products, Healthcare, and Financial Services. She is a seasoned professional known for her expertise in corporate social responsibility, corporate communications, corporate affairs, brand and reputation management.
About TATSAT FOUNDATION: Skilling The Social Sector
TATSAT FOUNDATION (www.tatsatfoundation.com), registered member of NGOs Association of India u/s 25, Company Affairs India, steps in to bridge the gap at organizing the vast unorganized sector, in educating and skilling NGOs, in their auditing, ranking and certification to ensure an impactful mechanism, aligning with the government’s aim of making a difference at the grassroots level. The company, steered by Founder Director, CSR professional, Sumi Gupta, recognizes that improving people’s lives means starting with education and skilling the social sector workers will create valuable professionals.