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Female IAS in Bihar publicly scolded the student MEERI News

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To make the daughters of Bihar aware, ‘Sashakt Beti Samridhi Bihar’ workshop was organized on Tuesday (September 27, 2022). The purpose of the workshop was to make girls aware of government schemes to eradicate gender inequality, but when the girl students asked questions related to these schemes to female IAS officer Harjot Kaur Bamhra, they were given very insensitive answers. During this, all the people involved in the workshop were surprised. Its video is also going viral.

According to reports, this workshop based on the theme ‘Sashakt Beti, Samridhi Bihar: Towards Enhancing the Value of Girl Child’ was organized jointly by UNICEF, Save the Children and Plan International by Women and Child Development Corporation. In the workshop a girl asked if the school toilet was broken and boys often enter here. The girls said that they do not have to go to the toilet, so they drink less water. After this the student said that can’t the government give sanitary pads of 20-30 rupees?

In response to this, Harjot Kaur Bamhra, MD, Women and Child Development Corporation said that there is no end to this demand. He said, “You can give sanitary pads for Rs 20-30. You can give jeans-pants tomorrow. Why can’t you give beautiful shoes the day after tomorrow? When it comes to family planning, detention will also have to be given for free. Be yourself.” She goes on to say, “Well, tell me, you have a separate toilet in your house. If you ask for a lot separately everywhere, how will it work?

On this, the student says that whatever is in the interest of the government, at least give it to him. The student said that the government should give money because it comes to take votes from us. Getting furious on this question, Harjot Kaur said, “There is a limit to even stupidity. Don’t vote. Go to Pakistan Do you vote for money? What do you give in return for facilities? Tell!” On this the student said very bluntly, “I am an Indian, so why should I go to Pakistan.”

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