IAS Harjot of Bihar caught in condom statement, NCW seeks reply within seven days in strange statement

Patna: Bihar’s IAS Harjot Kaur Bhamra seems trapped by her own statement. In fact, during an event on Tuesday, IAS Harjot Kaur Bhamra made an absurd comment on a student’s question. The student had asked a question about free sanitary napkins, to which Harjot Kaur responded by asking if condoms were required. Discussions were going on in Bihar for two days regarding this statement. But now Harjot Kaur Bhamra seems to be stuck in the ‘Condom’ episode. This is because the National Commission for Women has paid attention to this.

The National Commission for Women took action
Taking note of Harjot Kaur Bhamra’s statement, the National Commission for Women has also sought a reply from her. According to his students, the commission has sought a written explanation. The National Commission for Women has asked Harjot Kaur Bhamra to reply within seven days.
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This is the whole thing
In fact, on Tuesday, a video of Bihar senior IAS officer Harjot Kaur Bhamra went viral. A school girl said at an event that the government cannot provide sanitary pads that cost Rs 20-30. To the girl’s question, the senior woman IAS officer said that they can give you a sanitary pad for Rs 20-30. You can deliver jeans-pants tomorrow, but you can’t deliver shoes the next day? IAS officer Harjot Kaur says that people will start asking for condoms tomorrow when it comes to family planning. They can also give. In fact, Women and Child Development Corporation, UNICEF, Save the Children and Plan International organized a workshop on ‘Sashak Beti, Samriddhi Bihar: Enhancing the Value of the Girl Child’. In this workshop, a girl asked, can’t the government provide sanitary pads for Rs 20-30? Harjot Kaur Bamra, Chairman and Managing Director of Women and Child Development Corporation gave a controversial reply.

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