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Piyush Goyal Wishes Everyone On National Girl Child Day.

On the 24th of January, Piyush Goyal congratulates everyone on National Girl Child Day. He said If there is a daughter then there is a bright tomorrow. Our daughters are making India proud by scaling new heights of success in diverse fields. He said My warm wishes to our young & budding Nari Shakti on National Girl Child Day.

National Girl Child Day is a day of observance in India, celebrated annually on January 24th to raise awareness about the rights and welfare of the girl child in the country. The day was first observed in 2008 and has since been recognized as an important day to promote gender equality and the empowerment of girls.

The theme of National Girl Child Day changes every year, but the overall goal is to highlight the challenges faced by the girl child in India and to create a society that values and respects girls as much as boys.

One of the main challenges faced by the girl child in India is discrimination and violence. According to a report by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, girls in India face discrimination at every stage of their lives, from birth to adulthood.

This includes discrimination in access to education, healthcare, and employment opportunities. Additionally, girls in India are also at a higher risk of violence, including sexual abuse and trafficking.

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To address these challenges, the government of India has implemented several policies and programs to promote the rights and welfare of the girl child. These include the Beti Bachao, and Beti Padhao (Save the Daughter, Educate the Daughter) campaign, which aims to improve the sex ratio at birth and ensure that girls receive an education.

The government has also implemented the Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana, a maternity benefit program that provides cash incentives to pregnant and lactating women.

In addition to government efforts, civil society organizations and NGOs also play an important role in promoting the rights and welfare of the girl child in India. These organizations work to raise awareness about the challenges faced by girls, provide education and vocational training, and advocate for policy changes to improve the lives of girls in the country.

National Girl Child Day is an important day to raise awareness about the challenges faced by the girl child in India and to promote gender equality and the empowerment of girls. It is a reminder that girls deserve the same rights, opportunities, and respect as boys and that we must work together to create a society that values and respects girls as much as boys.

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