“Want Condoms Too?” video Officer in Bihar Shocked By Girl’s Sanitary Pad Question

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"Want Condoms Too?" video Officer in Bihar Shocked By Girl's Sanitary Pad Question

The modest request from a Bihar schoolgirl was, “Can the government provide sanitary pads for around $20 to $30?”
“You’ll claim that the government can also provide jeans tomorrow. The sarcastic response from IAS officer Harjot Kaur Bhamra was, “And why not some lovely shoes after that?” She said you would soon expect the government to provide you with family planning tools and condoms.

The officer said, “This is heights of idiocy,” when the student prompted her with the fact that people elect their representatives. Then abstain from voting. Turn into Pakistan. Vote for resources and services. The modest request from a Bihar schoolgirl was, “Can the government provide sanitary pads for around $20 to $30?”
“You’ll claim that the government can also provide jeans tomorrow. The sarcastic response from IAS officer Harjot Kaur Bhamra was, “And why not some lovely shoes after that?” She said you would soon expect the government to provide you with family planning tools and condoms.

The officer said, “This is heights of idiocy,” when the student prompted her with the fact that people elect their representatives. Then abstain from voting. Turn into Pakistan. Vote for resources and services.

At a session on “Sashakt Beti, Samriddh Bihar,” a young student from a slum and I had this on-stage conversation in Hindi (Empowered Daughters, Prosperous Bihar). To increase the worth of females was the project’s tagline. The state’s Women and Child Development Corporation, led by Harjot Kaur Bhamra, organized the event on Tuesday in collaboration with Unicef and other organizations.

The policeman did attempt to draw a lesson from her comments. Why do you require assistance from the government? This line of reasoning is incorrect. Do it yourself,” she instructed the audience of primarily female students in Classes 9 and 10.

But the run of shocking questions and answers was lengthy.

The policeman responded to a student who said that her school’s ladies’ restroom was still damaged and that guys frequently used it: “Tell me, do you have separate bathrooms at home? How will it work if you keep asking for many items in different places?

The youngster responded, “I am an Indian,” to the remark about “becoming Pakistan. What’s the point?

When an audience member mockingly questioned Ms. Bhamra about the purpose of government programs, she learned her lesson. You have to choose where you want to picture yourself in the future, she continued, turning back to the ladies on stage after saying, “There’s a need to shift the mentality. You will need to decide for yourself. This cannot be done for you by the government. Do you want to sit where you are or on the side, I am sitting on?”

Despite the exchanges being captured on camera during the event, Ms. Bhamra stated today that “it’s false, spiteful, and erroneous reporting of an event.”

“I am one of the most outspoken supporters of women’s rights and empowerment. After losing at each forum, some malicious individuals, against whom WCDC has taken strict action for their involvement in wrongdoings and omissions, have now turned to such desperate measures to damage my reputation, “Ms. Bhamra, who serves as the principal secretary for women’s and children’s welfare, said.

She also urged the Press Council of India to take action, threatening to sue the daily Dainik Bhaskar for what she said was “a premeditated attempt to damage her image” and breaking news of her statements.

Ms. Bhamra had another lesson.

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