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Combating fallen Child Sex Ratio (CSR) in district Samba, the state Committee Beti Bachao Beti Padhao convener S.S.Bijral former IGP with his team visiting no. of Sr. Schools in Arnia, district Samba gave message that ‘girl child is as precious as boy’ for society.
Addressing Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School Arnia soon after their morning assembly, awareness message was spread, thereafter at Govt Girls High School Arnia, Presentation Convent School Arnia and Govt Hr. Sec. School Allah. At all these places the focus was the students and their teachers expecting of them to carry back home their message.
S.S.Bijral IGP (Rtd) in his address deplored the bias against girl child prevalent in society. He said the growth of society is dependant on equal role played by both male and female beings. Preferring one over the other, he said, is creating disastrous consequences out of resulted natural imbalance. He said mother is the first role model for the new born and comes to be most loved and respected in society. Opting against girl child is denying the society the noble institution of mother, the growth of ethics and values that flow from the mother. He said it was high time for people of Samba district to realize the consequences of fallen CSR of 729 girls against 1000 boys prevalent there and to rise against the menace of female foeticide.
Kamal Choudhary state Committee member mentioned of female shakti in the Hindu society in the form of Ma Durga, Ma Lakshmi and Ma Saraswati but surprisingly members of society are not letting female child be born in their family. He cautioned the society against consequences of this so called female foeticide.
Dr Monika Sharma talked about misuse of ultra sound and that the responsibility that rests with only the husband for sex of the new born. Woman she said has no role what ever for the birth of female child as male chromosome is carried only by male.
Anju Dogra member of state committee hosted all the functions and highlighted social aspects of woman life with stress on adverse role played by dowry system and girl child security.
Those girls who had excelled in their board exams in the schools addressed were awarded medals for their recognition and morale boosting. All the principals highly appreciated the campaign and the valuable message spread.