Minister: We shouldn't view violence against women through the lens of religion.

Giriraj Singh said that violence against women should not be seen through the prism of religion . Singh said that the Sanatan faith gives women equal status and protection against invasions and cultural shifts engendered by it .

New Delhi (New Delhi) Union Minister Giriraj Singh said on Friday that violence against women should not be seen through the prism of religion, and that such acts should be condemned unconditionally by all without exception.Mr Singh said in an address to a conference held on Friday that women often do not raise their voices against discrimination and violence and are quiet even after being abused because they fear what others will think about them.However, it is unfortunate for India's society that daughters' pain is judged on the basis of their faith, Mr Singh said.In a statement published in 2016, the ministry of rural development and Panchayati Raj said that Mr Singh's team is committed to ending gender-based violence and encourages women to be self-reliant and confident in themselves as long as they speak out against gender-based violence.Mr Singh said that the government is committed to gender equality in the same way as it is Singh said that women have been included in the army as well under the Modi administration, and that women should be taught martial arts for self defense.Singh also said that the Sanatan faith gives women equal status and protection against invasions and cultural shifts engendered by it.

She said that after the invasions, beautiful women were being kidnapped, triggering the parda system.It is not our custom, Jyoti said.The minister also recounted an encounter when a bus conductor inappropriately acted with her.I slapped him four times.We must be strong so that no one would dare to interfere with us.According to Rural Development Secretary Nagendra Nath Sinha, I am the daughter of an uneducated father, who became a sanyasi at the age of 14 and no one ever dared to even look at me.

We should honor the life of women who have sought help in the event of gender violence.They should be heroes, he said.

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