Praise of India’s development model in UN, told- a lot of work done on the rights of Dalits, women

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UN Human Rights Council meet in Geneva: India’s development model has been praised at the 52nd United Nations Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva amidst India’s increasing popularity around the world. The NGOs involved in the UN meeting also praised India’s education model from other UN member countries. At the same time, UN member countries were also urged to adopt it.

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On behalf of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) NGO Eco Fawn, Sai Sampath mentioned Rohini, a Dalit girl studying in Geneva. Rohini has received assistance of Rs 1 crore from the Government of India. Sampath said that it is a matter of pride for me that I am representing the voice of 200 million Dalit people of India in the UN.

Sai Sampat told you past

Sampath said that I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the Government of India for the scholarship I received to pursue my PhD in Geneva, Switzerland. Sampath said that I come from the underprivileged section of the society, I have also experienced caste discrimination. But the condition of Dalits in India is much better than the minorities living in other neighboring countries.

What was said on Narendra Modi and Draupadi Murmu

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Sampath further said, “Draupadi Murmu, India’s first tribal woman president and Narendra Modi, who comes from the OBC category, are living examples of the power of India’s constitution. Even after coming from backward classes, they sit in the highest positions of the country. That people from any background can break any barrier and reach great heights.”

Somayaji, representing the African Union, spoke on India’s development model. He said that since independence in 1947, India has made a significant contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights. He said that the Constitution of India guarantees fundamental rights to all citizens. India has made great strides in advancing the rights of women, Dalits and people from other marginalized communities.

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