PM Narendra Modi, in his discourse on the event of the 74th Independence Day on Saturday, said that the governmnt has set up an advisory group to reevaluate the minimum age for marriage of young ladies in India.
“We have set up board of trustees to reevaluate the minimum age for marriage of our girls. We will take proper choice after the advisory group presents its report,” said PM Narendra Modi.
He included that the advisory group will likewise take a gander at endeavors that can be taken to lessen lack of healthy sustenance among young ladies.
He included that today India is one of those nations where ladies are being remembered for battle and non-battle jobs in Navy and the Airforce.
“Different strategies of the Indian government like those on maternity leave, triple talaq have enabled our nation’s ladies. More than 5000
focuses of Jan Aushadhi Kendra have given in excess of five crore sterile cushions to helpless ladies for just Rs 1,” said PM Modi while conveying his seventh continuous Independence Day discourse from the bulwarks of the Red Fort.