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How free are women ? : Divya Tiwari

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Divya Tiwari, New Delhi.How free are the women, all the laws are enacted so that women who are safe discuss loudly about the safety, equality, awareness and empowerment of women and organize and honor them. We tell the country and the world that we have played the sting of women’s progress and development in different areas.

Before independence, our country was plagued with many stereotypes. The practice of killing the daughter in the womb like sati was prevalent in the society. Teaching a woman was considered a sin. It was our thinking and thinking that the woman remained in the veil. However, after the arrival of the British, women got to hear and read about freedom and equality. Gradually changes in the society and the environment brought about the understanding of women’s freedom and talk of their rights and duties.
The woman was brought out of the stove. During this period, the expansion of education took the path of revolutionary change and our society was illuminated with the light of education. We understood the importance of women’s education and brought the light of education to them.
A report has revealed that the woman’s enemy is the woman. She forgets that she is also a woman. Therefore, women are the first to change their mind and take courageous steps to pursue their children. The biggest obstacle towards female development and female empowerment is feticide. Feticide has not been able to be fully controlled despite our strong efforts, which we are suffering.Obstacles at our social and family level are encountered in providing education and employment to girls. We take an interest in pursuing boys and understand our goodness in putting girls behind. We have to change this thinking. It is said that if a girl is educated then the whole family will start to glow with the light of education.During this time a new phase of progress and development began. We took steps towards reservation of women. Reservation of seats in women at the central and state level elections gave them an opportunity to move forward. As a result, women got hold up to Panch, Sarpanch, Pradhan and district head and the development of the village progressed. It has also been said that corruption has reduced in the Mahila Raj. It is also true that where women held various positions. There was a decrease in stagnation, corruption and irregularities.

Divya tiwari, journalist & writer

 

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