Addressing a National Commission for Women webinar on ‘Issues and Challenges confronted by North-Eastern Women in Metropolitan Cities & Empowering Them’, Rijiju stated there’s a want to take a look at methods to empower individuals from the area via NGOs.
“When the northeast region as a whole will do better, people from other parts of the country will come to northeast rather than the reverse,” stated Rijiju, an MP from Arunachal Pradesh.
“We, the northeastern people, will have to understand that unless we initiate and open our arms, unless we lay the red carpet for others to come, the government’s help (and) the prime minister’s extraordinary focus on the northeast will not lead to any extraordinary change on the ground. Respecting and accepting those from other regions is the key to national integrity,” he stated.
The Minister of State for Youth Affairs urged the NCW to struggle extra in opposition to the mindset of racial and social discrimination.
“Social & racial discrimination is a big issue. I appeal (NCW) Chairperson Rekha Sharma and the NCW to fight more against the societal mindset of people,” he was quoted as having stated in a tweet by the NCW.
He additionally referred to as upon state governments to play an essential function in integration of the northeastern area with higher coordination.
NCW Chairperson Rekha Sharma stated home violence, ignorance and schooling in inside areas are among the points confronting the ladies from the area.
“We need to create more jobs in the northeast, especially in the tourism sector and we should use this period to train them. In the handicraft sector, we need to give them direction of expanding in metro cities,” she stated.