Moms and dads, instructors need to work together to promote kids’s rights, states Sarbananda Sonowal
The Assam Chief Minister asked the kids to imbibe healthy practices, practise health and hygiene and respect the seniors.
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The Assam Chief Minister asked the kids to imbibe healthy habits, practise health and health and respect the senior citizens.
For the defense of kids and to secure their future versus exploitation, parents, teachers and all other stakeholders together ought to work to promote and promote their rights, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said on Saturday.
Connecting with a delegation of children and officials under the banner of UNICEF, the Chief Minister exhorted the need for dialogues and equating them into actions for constructing a much better world for children where they will be devoid of violence.
Mr. Sonowal asked the children to imbibe healthy habits, practise health and health and regard the elders.
Protecting the future of children is the responsibility of the government, Mr. Sonowal said, adding that efforts have been made to see that every kid is safeguarded from violence and they have access to budget-friendly healthcare and nutritious food in the state.
Responding to concerns from the children, he stated that he would take initiatives to supply quality and affordable education to all children, particularly to those in vulnerable situations.
To another query, Mr. Sonowal stated that the state government took steps for setting up more than 100 high schools in tea garden locations.
He likewise said actions would likewise be taken for supplying scholarships to the specially-abled students.
The Chief Minister thanked the UNICEF, Assam functionaries for their devoted function in championing the rights of the kids.
The delegation of UNICEF authorities and children as a part of the World Kid’s Day celebrations on Friday, November 20, met Mr. Sonowal on Saturday and presented him the kids’s manifesto on translating children’s rights in a post-pandemic world.
Mr. Sonowal provided signed copies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s book Examination Warriors to the children and wanted them all luck in their future.
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