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Mar 08, 2020
9:13AM

India is witnessing a new era of women-led development: HM Amit Shah

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Conveying his greetings on International Women’s Day, Home Minister Amit Shah said, he bow to the Naari-Shakti who have time and again played a defining role in shaping and nurturing the society. In a tweet, Mr Shah said, women have always been the torch bearers of our lives, their selflessness and sacrifices in any role cannot be put in words.

He said, due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘s visionary leadership, India is witnessing a new era of women-led development. He said women are now leading from the front. Mr Shah said, schemes like Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, Mudra yojana for women, Toilets under Swachh Bharat Mission, Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala have brought holistic changes in their lives. 

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