To improve the condition of women they should be given their due rights and honour

Ranchi, Apr 14: Jharkhand Chief Secretary Rajbala Verma said that the
condition of the women in the state and the country can only improve
when they were provide equality rights and their due honour.
Addressing a three day painting exhibition at the Audrey House here
she said that there was a need to make sure that the women participate
in large numbers in political, social and economic activities and the
society, the government and the family should also work together.
She said that the state government was carrying out various schemes
for the empowerment of the women as part of which Sakhi Mandals are
being prepared in the villages so that women and cooperate and
understand each others problems and also try to solve them. She said
that teh seriousness of the government was evident from the fact that
in all the blocks of the state Kasturba Gandhi Schools have been
opened so that the girls do not face any problem.
Speaking over the ‘Nari Pratibimb’ programme she said that it was such
a platform where the women can take their art to the country and
abroad and interaction with other women help to increase their self
belief. The Chief Secretary also awarded the winner of the painting
competition which was organised across the country. More than 12,000
paintings were received during the event and the exhibitions are being
held in Ranchi,  Jaipur, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Nasik and Patna. The
exhibition is open from 11am to 7pm free of cost.

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