National Girl Child Day: PM Modi hails accomplishments of Bal Puraskar awardee from K'tka

Amaravati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a young dancer from Karnataka on Monday that her accomplishments far ger than her age  and also extended greetings on National Girl Child Day.

The Prime Minister congratulated Kumari Remona Evvette Pereira, who excels in the classical dance Bharatanatyam, during an interaction with Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (PMRBP) awardees. He stated that Remona's achievements are much greater than her age and that her art is a way of expressing the great country's strength.

Notablly, the  central government has taken numerous initiatives aimed at empowering girls, including increased access to education, improved healthcare, and increased gender sensitivity, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday, National Girl Child Day. Every year on January 24, India commemorates National Girl Child Day, an initiative of the ministry of women and child development. "On the occasion of National Girl Child Day, we salute our DeshKiBeti and her numerous accomplishments," Modi said in a tweet.

The central government has launched a number of initiatives aimed at empowering girls, including increased access to education, improved healthcare, and increased gender sensitivity, he said.

"Today is also a day to express our gratitude to everyone who works to empower girls and ensure they live lives of dignity and opportunity," the prime minister added in another tweet.

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