A world without equal participation of men and women is unthinkable. They also ensure the human race’s survival on the planet. They also oversee a country’s growth. But a woman’s existence is more vital than a man’s. To put it another way, we can’t imagine life without her. So, to save humanity, we must protect the girl child. To kill or abort a girl’s child is common in India. Regardless, they should be saved and given a chance. Also, they are the source of our existence, so they hold the future of civilization. Wanting a son is one of our society’s ills. Indian women’s roles are modelled after these roles. But they don’t want him related to her. For these and other reasons, many parents avoid having female children. This list includes dowry deaths and female feticide. Girls outperform boys in many areas, but people still prefer a boy child. Their dedication and hard work got them to space. They are more capable, obedient, hardworking, and responsible in their personal lives. Girls also show more affection and concern for their parents than boys. The most important thing is that they give it their all. The government has taken numerous steps and launched numerous campaigns to save the girl child. Save the Girl Child is a new government campaign that encourages people to actively protect girls. The girl child is also being saved by non-profits, corporations, and human rights organisations. Women’s crime is a major hindrance to the country’s growth. To prevent female feticide, the government has banned the use of sex determination ultrasound, amniocentesis, and scan tests in hospitals and laboratories. All of this is being done to educate the public that girls are a gift from God, not a burden. The first step to save our girl is at home. We should encourage our friends and family to help save them and spread the word. We should also support a family member who is expecting a girl. All children have the right to equal treatment for boys and girls. And she deserves respect and love like everyone else. She equally contributes to the country’s growth. She works hard to improve society and the country. They have matched boys in every field. As a result, they deserve a long life because they ensure the human race’s survival.
A manifestation of Lakshmi, women are revered in India. Humanity cannot exist without them. They created life on Earth because only they could give birth. Humans would not exist on this planet without them. A girl child should have the same opportunities as a boy child. Today’s girls will become tomorrow’s women. The mother-progenitor role of a woman shapes civilization’s future. In India, some people view the birth of a female child as a calamity. Prenatal murder of girls is alarming. After-birth discrimination against girls has led to a dangerous situation. The Child Sex Ratio (CSR) for children aged 0 to 6 fell significantly in 2011. Exacerbating this horrendous crime are male-dominated societies; poverty; property rights; marriage obligations; and myths. The gender gap in society will worsen if the current trend continues. People often want a sister, a wife, and a mother but not a daughter. To keep a balanced child sex ratio, we must save the girl child. Female foeticide is a form of prenatal discrimination against girls. Gender discrimination has killed 50 million women. Our culture has a long history of gender-based violence. The heinous crimes against this gender committed in India include female foeticide, infanticide, and dowry deaths. Girls are seen as a financial drain. Girls face discrimination due to a variety of religious and social factors. She has been denied basic needs like food, health care, and shelter all her life. Lack of education leads to high fertility rates, negatively impacting the lives of women. Prejudices based on race, religion, and gender have exacerbated the issue. To ensure the survival, protection, and education of girls, efforts must be coordinated and convergent. In India, girl children face significant challenges, including being born, growing up, and realising their full potential. The government has launched several initiatives and programmes to protect girls. “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” is an anti-sex determination and female foeticide campaign in India. As a result, the Child-Sex Ratio has improved in India. Federal and state governments also launched numerous other programmes and campaigns, including Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, National Scheme for Secondary Schoolgirls, Balika Saridhhi Yojana, and CBSE Udaan. Individuals can help save the girl child in addition to government initiatives. Instill the value of having a female in the family. Various campaigns should aim to end child marriage and prevent girl violence. Make public spaces safer for girls and open doors for them in the workplace. We must provide them with the same opportunities as boys.
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