Guv asks to end discrimination between boys and girls


Dumka, Mar 22: Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu urged the people to
end discrimination between boys and girls.
On her second day of tour of the Santhal Pargana region she was
addressing a function organised at the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Aawasiya
Vidyalay located at Kathikund.  She said that despite lack of
resources the students of the school were performing better. Ms Murmu
said that it was a matter of immense pride that the literacy rate of
women in Dumka district was 64 per cent which needed to be improved
further.
The governor said that there was a need for quality based education in
the present era and there was no work which girls could not do. She
asked them to become multi-talented and urged the people to end the
discrimination between boys and grils which was still prevalent in the
society.
The governor said that students from the area have already showcased
their talent in sports at the national level.  She asked them to fight
the challenges posed in  the life as victory would be theirs. She also
asked them to understand their responsibilities and duties towards
their family state and country. Ms Murmu said that every single girl
in Jharkhand was precious but they needed to understand their goals
and work continuously to achieve their targets.
The governor later also visisted the ITDA hospital in Kathikund and
interacted with the doctors. She asked them to work with full
dedication. Interacting with the patients she said that there was need
to give away bad habits and asked them not to consume liquor. She also
inaugurated an eye check up cum a cataract surgery camp at the
hospital.

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