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Fights are more in schools where there are more women: Rajasthan Education Minister

In the program organized on International Girl Child Day on Monday, Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra said that the principals of the schools where the women are in take headache medicine. Sometimes there are fights for coming to school late and sometimes early. If you (women) fix these trivial things, consider yourself twenty one from men.

Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

New Delhi: Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said in a public program that in schools where there are more female teachers and staff, there are more fights.

According to the report of the Indian Express, the Education Minister said in a program organized on the International Day of the Girl Child in Jaipur on Monday, ‘As the head of my department, I have to tell that in schools where there are more women employees, there are fights due to various reasons. There are also more.’

He said, ‘The government has made the policy such that women have been given priority in selection, promotion, counseling, but many facilitators and politicians do not like it. He calls it injustice. They say that we do not teach well, do we? But one thing, as the head of the department, I definitely want to say that there are many fights among you (women) amongst you, in the school where women have staff, the war becomes different. The principals of the schools where the women are in take Saridon’s medicine. Sometimes there are fights when they come to school late and sometimes early. Sometimes there is a fight with CCL. If you (women) can fix these trivial things, consider yourself twenty one from men.’

India Today uploaded a Facebook Live video feed of it, in which the minister can be seen making the remarks while others on the dais are seen laughing at his remarks.

Earlier this year, Dotasara was accused of election to the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) of his daughter-in-law’s sister and brother. He had denied these allegations and said that the examinations were conducted in a transparent manner.

Recently, Karnataka Health Minister K. Sudhakar had said that modern Indian women do not want to marry or have children after marriage and want children through surrogacy.

However, Sudhakar later clarified that he did not intend to point fingers at single women. His statement of women not getting married and having children after marriage is based on a survey.