Girls wear purple dresses to protest “rape culture” in India, which the government is calling a “major cultural and educational success story.”
The pink dress is a protest against “rape,” the head of the Indian government’s government-run education arm said.
It is a positive development for our society.
It is a major cultural and education success story.
The pink dress was worn by some students in protest against the rape of a 15-year-old girl.
The government is also using the pink dress as an opportunity to push for more awareness about gender equality in education.
It will also provide free sanitary pads and toilets to the children, said education minister Gautam Kaul.
I am very proud of the pink fabric that was used by the girls.
This is an important step forward in the battle against rape and sexual violence, said Minister of State for Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi.
The pink garment is part of the “Gang of 8” programme, launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2016.
It encourages young people to talk about issues of gender equality, said Maneka.