The Assam Chief Minister requested the kids to imbibe wholesome habits, practise well being and hygiene and respect the elders.
For the safety of kids and to safe their future in opposition to exploitation, mother and father, academics and all different stakeholders collectively ought to work to advocate and promote their rights, Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal mentioned on Saturday.
Interacting with a delegation of kids and officers beneath the banner of UNICEF, the Chief Minister exhorted the necessity for dialogues and translating them into actions for constructing a greater world for youngsters the place they are going to be free from violence.
Mr. Sonowal requested the kids to imbibe wholesome habits, practise well being and hygiene and respect the elders.
Securing the way forward for youngsters is the accountability of the federal government, Mr. Sonowal mentioned, including that efforts have been made to see that each baby is protected against violence they usually have entry to inexpensive healthcare and nutritious meals within the state.
Replying to questions from the kids, he mentioned that he would take initiatives to offer high quality and inexpensive training to all youngsters, particularly to these in susceptible circumstances.
To one other question, Mr. Sonowal mentioned that the state authorities took steps for establishing greater than 100 excessive faculties in tea backyard areas.
He additionally mentioned steps would even be taken for offering scholarships to the specially-abled college students.
The Chief Minister thanked the UNICEF, Assam functionaries for his or her devoted position in championing the rights of the kids.
The delegation of UNICEF officers and kids as part of the World Children’s Day celebrations on Friday, November 20, met Mr. Sonowal on Saturday and introduced him the kids’s manifesto on translating youngsters’s rights in a post-pandemic world.
Mr. Sonowal introduced signed copies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s e book Exam Warriors to the kids and wished all of them luck of their future.