A Daughter’s Voice

The Tribune (22 January 2015)

Tribune_01_photo“The social conditioning and bias is so deep-rooted that we don’t even recognise the problem, and women are not able to break the mould that goes on from one generation to the other,” she says.

Daughters must be treated right and equal to sons. And to break this mould, women must get educated, and educate their daughters well. They must find their voice and must have the courage to stand up for themselves and be themselves, she says.

“I want parents to empower their daughters, give her all the confidence and support even after she is married off,” she says.


Read the feature in ‘The Tribune’…