Farzana is one of the 25 beneficiaries of different schemes who attended the Niralanagar rally. He told PM Modi, “I am able to educate my two daughters because of you, I just want my daughters to study well.”
PM Modi also met Shabana of Saharanpur
Teach your daughters…so that they remain confident. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said these things to Farzana, a resident of Kanpur, on Tuesday. Farzana told that four years ago three husbands had divorced. After this, she is living alone with her daughters. He did not have any work in the lockdown, so he took a loan of 10 thousand rupees last year from the Prime Minister’s Svanidhi Yojana. Started a small business of fast food and sells dosa and idli.
Triple Talaq Bill was passed in Rajya Sabha
The bill got 99 votes in favor and 84 against. Triple Talaq Bill was pending for 14 months and it has been passed in Lok Sabha thrice. After the passage of the bill, while Muslim women who raised their voices against triple talaq expressed happiness, PM Modi said that the passage of the triple talaq bill is a big step in the direction of women empowerment. In the name of appeasement, the sin of depriving crores of mothers and sisters of the country of their rights was committed. I am proud that our government has got the distinction of giving Muslim women their due.
PM spoke to the beneficiaries
Farzana is one of the 25 beneficiaries of different schemes who attended the Niralanagar rally. He told PM Modi, “I am able to educate my two daughters because of you, I just want my daughters to study well. I have seen many bad days. Four years ago, my husband just divorced and I had to leave his house with two young daughters. My case is in court now. My daughters have no home and I want them to study.” The PM spoke to other beneficiaries here for 17 minutes. At the same time, the beneficiaries were also happy after talking to the PM.