One Lakh Girls in Martial Arts will get train by APBHS

Written by | January 25, 2014 | 0
Hyderabad, Jan 25:

“Discussions, debates and introspection on various aspects of safety, security, growth and development of a girl child on a particular day make little difference; what is required is continuous dialogue and monitoring of progress in creation of equal opportunities,”said Chiranjeevi Chowdary, Commissioner, Women and Child Welfare.

Addressing at an event organised to celebrate the National Girl Child Day, the day commemorating former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s first day at office, with an aim to create awareness against issues of inequality, child abuse, education, etc.

He said that only education and implementation of legislation could lead to welfare and development of girls. He take note of the crime against women and children have been rising. Creation of equal opportunity for all should start from family, he said.

Dr Mamatha Raghuveer, chairperson, child welfare committee, Warangal, also impart the knowledge of safety tips to girls.
For training one lakh girls in martial arts across the state, The Andhra Pradesh Balala Hakkula Sangham launched a new programme.

Filed in: Hyderabad

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