Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar declared on July 12 that all young girls, who are understudies in the state, will be given travel papers directly after they graduate. He guaranteed that the whole procedure would be done in the school premises it self.
In his report, he mentioned, “The state government has concluded that all young lady understudies ought to get identification from their establishments alongside their graduation degree.” Khattar likewise guided every single instructive establishment to take the assistance of the local visa office to finish the procedure so the archives can be given over to the understudies alongside their graduation degree. With an end goal to urge young ladies to seek after advanced education in the express, the Haryana government has on Sunday chosen to give identifications to young ladies understudies on the finish of their graduation degrees. A declaration with this impact was made by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar.
Khattar declared these impetuses to empower advanced education among Haryanvi ladies while tending to the ‘Har Sar Helmet’ program on July 12. The occasion was composed at the Dr. Mangalsen Auditorium to circulate free protective caps and students’ licenses to class, school, and ITI understudies matured somewhere in the range of 18 and 25 years.
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The occasion, wherein free protective caps were appropriated to more than 100 Haryanvi adolescents, was composed by BJP MP Sanjay Bhatia. Expressing that this activity would bring issues to light of traffic rules among the young, the CM said that each understudy seeking after advanced education in different schools across Haryana ought to be given their driving permit in their individual instructive foundations.
Likewise he expressed that the student’s licenses would be given to understudies to make them mindful of traffic rules. During the occasion, the main pastor likewise dispersed protective caps to understudies and included that “such a program is not the same as the political subject and it would have long haul results.”
He further expressed that wearing a protective cap could diminish the number of fatalities in mishaps.” Around 1,300 mishaps occur in the nation day by day. A lion’s share of the casualties without head protector kicks the bucket because of their wounds. Around 13 individuals pass on every day in mishaps in Haryana,” he included.