In his tenth visit to Uttar Pradesh in the last month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted his government’s efforts to women’s welfare, the most recent of which, he said, was the plan to raise the age of marriage for females from 18 to 21. Women’s empowerment is a priority for the administration, he continued, from law and order to education and economics.

PM Modi said during a meeting in Prayagraj, “In Uttar Pradesh, there was mafia-raj and goondaraj until five years ago. Women were the ones who suffered the most. However, you were unable to say anything. If you went to the police station, you would get a phone call in support of rapists and criminals. Yogi, on the other hand, has put the crooks in their place “he stated

He also defended the government’s intention to equalise the marriage age for men and women, which has been met with criticism from various political groups and social movements.

“The central government has taken a major stride forward. Previously, women may marry at the age of eighteen. Girls, on the other hand, want more study time. That is why we are working to raise the marriage age to 21 “he stated “If someone has an issue with that, they (the ladies) are also seeing it.”

“Women have realised that they do not want to be limited to their houses and that they do not want to return to the way things were. As a result, people are aware that former governments in the state that did nothing for them should not be reinstated. Women today are aware of which political party is on their side “Added he.

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