Tending to the country on India’s 74th Independence Day, PM Narendra Modi talked on a scope of ladies’ issues including the administration’s plan to give clean napkins at Rs 1 and setting up of a board of trustees to ponder on the base age for marriage. “We have worked for ladies strengthening. Naval force and Air Force are taking ladies in battle. Ladies are currently pioneers, and we abrogated triple talaq, got sterile cushions to ladies for only 1 rupee,” said PM Modi in his discourse.
“In 6,000 Jan Aushadi Kendras, in excess of five crore clean napkins have been given to ladies in a brief timeframe,” he said. Laying accentuation on ladies strengthening, the Prime Minister stated, “My dear kinsmen, our experience says that at whatever point there is an open door for ladies power in India, they have carried shrubs to the nation, reinforced the nation. Today, ladies are working in underground coal mineshafts as well as flying military aircraft, contacting new statures in the sky.”