Giving rights to sisters is BJP’s dedication towards women: Yadav

Bhopal: Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, while wishing everyone on the occasion of Bhaidooj today, said that continuously giving rights to sisters shows the dedication of Bharatiya Janata Party towards women.

Dr. Yadav, in his statement before attending the Nari Shakti Vandan program organized in Belhara of Surkhi Assembly of Sagar Lok Sabha, said that he is happy that he works for the party which, for the first time in the country, has elevated woman from the tribal area to the post of President.

He said that today is the festival of Bhaidooj, this time BJP has given tickets of Lok Sabha candidates to a large number of sisters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given 33 percent reservation in Lok Sabha and Assembly seats by bringing Nari Shakti Vandan Act, so that more women get a chance. No one else can do this, after independence, Congress ruled for a long time, their leader was also the Prime Minister, but she also stayed away from this decision. Giving such huge rights to women shows BJP’s dedication towards its sisters.

He said that women have been given opportunities in all types of fields of service, now sisters are moving forward in all fields. The state government has also continuously given opportunities to the sisters to move forward. Rani Avantika Bai University was built in Sagar, there is a cabinet in Jabalpur in the name of Veerangana Rani Durgavati. Two awards of Rs 5 lakh each will be given to people doing research in his name.

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