City supports ‘Save A Girl Child’ Cause


  • City supports ‘Save A Girl Child’ Cause
    City supports ‘Save A Girl Child’ Cause
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  • City supports ‘Save A Girl Child’ Cause
    City supports ‘Save A Girl Child’ Cause
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Girl, isn't she the most beautiful thing sent on Earth? Aren't girls capable of doing all the things with ease?

The Nagpur city is supporting ‘Save a girl child’ cause. Adding up to make the city look more creative, the walls are painted with drawings spreading the message of saving agirl.

People nowdays are more focused on achieving goals rather than becoming a human first. And somewhere between their daily "so called" routine, they wake up, they wake up and suddenly hear of news grabbing headlines of how girls are discriminated. How people still possess that mentality that a Girl is just a "Burden", who is going to use their money, get married and leave the house. As soon as a case against a girl’s discrimination comes in light, everyone gets on their toes to support the cause, organize campaigns, but it lasts just for the sake of few days and after that it is just piece of paper.

A man, since he was sent on earth, has been progressing towards success. He has discovered a lot of things which in turn has brought us (humans) here. Today we are in 21st century, proud business men, proud lawyers, proud doctors and what not! PROUD... are we really? Do we deserve this proudness? Agreed we are talented, but talent is of no use without a healthy mindset.

In old times, a birth of a girl was celebrated with happiness. People found themselves to be lucky enough to have a girl child. A birth of girl was regarded as advent of Goddess Laxmi and Goddess Saraswati in the house. Then why is that missing today? Why aren't girls treated equally?

In previous times, marriage was a matter of celebration. But nowdays, it is a burden for the parents. It breaks the back of the parents. Who created this burden? We! The cases of dowry had led to suicides of many.

Girls are often restricted to the confines of the house. They are not allowed to follow their dreams.  Still people believe, women should stay at home If a girl steps out of the house, there are many eyes on her. And of course, if any incident of rape tends to happen with her, than it is going affect family’s name. And yes! A girl can marry an accused in the case of rape, but the girl who was raped would not be accepted by anyone. In a house, sons and daughters are not treated differently.

As a matter of fact, a girl child is under constant vigil by the parents, than husband and finally by her children. Worst of all, she is often killed before she could even step in this world. This is “gross downfall” of humanity, morality, and the values.

Although there are severing laws against the misuse of parental diagnostic techniques, those are meant only for detecting abnormalities in the unborn infant. The doctors however violets this law! Still there has been not a single case filed under the law which forbids such an unethical practice. Gender bias has led to killing of the girls.

There is an urgent need to change this archaic mindset of the patriarchal Indian Society which views girls as liabilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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