Women prob­lems in SAARC coun­tries

The Pak Banker - - NATIONAL - Mansi Mishraa

GIRL is a beau­ti­ful cre­ation in this world. Our mother earth ex­ists be­cause of a girl who later be­comes women and gives birth to a child. Af­ter study­ing dif­fer­ent prob­lems in dif­fer­ent coun­tries and not only this, if we see today's sce­nario we can see the pain and ter­ror in the eyes of girls and In SAARC na­tions i.e Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, In­dia, Pak­istan, Mal­dives, Nepal, Sri­lanka, women face the sim­i­lar prob­lems ev­ery­where.

These prob­lems are not small but heartrend­ing. Fe­male in­fan­ti­cide, no equal rights given to fe­males as com­pared to males, no ed­u­ca­tion, rapes, phys­i­cal tor­ture, sex­ual ha­rass­ment, do­mes­tic vi­o­lence at the hands of hus­bands, do not have a choice of mar­ry­ing of her own choice, can­not go for job, dowry.

These are just few but there are many more prob­lems. Fe­males have to go ex­tra mile to prove them and to come equal to males. I do not un­der­stand why male dom­i­nat­ing so­ci­ety do not un­der­stand the im­por­tance of fe­males. Be­hind ev­ery suc­cess­ful man there is a woman.

Fe­male is the one who is mul­ti­task­ing, full of emo­tions. We can­not do any­thing but we can sim­ply change our at­ti­tude, our feel­ings for fe­males. Love, Af­fec­tion, re­spect for the fe­male should be from the bot­tom of the heart. Girl is a proud for a fa­ther and when mar­ried make her hus­band proud but males never un­der­stand their power. We can­not ask Gov­ern­ment to make laws and reg­u­la­tions straight away. Firstly, it should start from home where a girl lives. Think­ing of par­ents should be changed.

Girl should be given equal rights as par­ents give to a boy, ed­u­ca­tion, free­dom, pro­tec­tion, love, choice of ca­reer, choice of mar­ry­ing. Due to so­cial re­stric­tions at times par­ent for­get that girl is also a hu­man be­ing. She has emo­tions and right to live. Se­condly, Cul­ture of schools and col­leges should be changed. Girls should be given a plat­form to make them­selves learn, to be strong and fight with the world and this will help them to be men­tally strong.

If each male, that is a fa­ther, a boy, a son, a friend, a brother will change their thought process I am sure fe­males will have the right, pro­tec­tion, love and they will not face such prob­lems. Fe­male is a girl, a mother, a wife, a girl friend, a woman, her heart is full of love, emo­tions and sea in her eyes which makes you win ev­ery bat­tle. Af­ter this only we can ask the gov­ern­ment to make laws and reg­u­la­tions and some shel­ter for fe­males.

To over­come with this situation it will not only be my voice but the voices of each and ev­ery fe­male which will make us win. To take our rights we have to fight our­selves.

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