A draft law which seeks to protect the interests of persons with HIV and AIDS got more teeth on Wednesday with the government approving amendments to bring in legal accountability and establish a formal mechanism to probe complaints against those who discriminate against such people.

The Union Cabinet approved amendments to 'The HIV and AIDS Bill, 2014' drafted to safeguard the rights of people living with HIV and affected by HIV. The bill lists various grounds on which discrimination against HIV-positive persons and those living with them is prohibited.

Here is what it will include: