Kerala: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan has directed all the universities of the state to come forward against the evil practice of dowry. He said that all universities will have to start such a system, in which every student will have to sign a bond of never taking or giving dowry before taking a degree. The Governor, during a meeting held with the Vice Chancellors of all the universities of the state on Friday, said that the eradication of this evil practice from the society should begin with the educational institutions.
Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said, “All universities have been advised to get their students to sign a bond before conferring degrees. In which they promise that they will never take or give dowry.” At the same time, he said, “Education gives us knowledge and wisdom, but in today’s era it has become a means of withdrawing money by using evil practices like dowry.”
Along with the students, the family members also have to sign
Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said that, “Education gives us the recognition of right and wrong. It is not a means to increase the price of a person for marriage. If this happens then it is a crime and taking or giving dowry is a criminal activity.” is.” However, this rule of signing bonds will not be limited to students. He said that, “Students will have to give a bond before taking university or college degree for a job that they will never take dowry. Also, before admission in these universities, the families of these students will also have to give a similar bond. But have to sign.”
The Governor said that, “Soon a meeting will be convened to prepare its draft.”
Concern expressed over the situation in Kerala
Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said, “Recently a woman died in Kerala due to torture in this malpractice of dowry. This case has shook the people of the state. It is very surprising that the state The literacy rate in India is the highest in the country and this type of incident has come to the fore where there is a high level of social consciousness.
At the same time, he said, “I want all the students of the state to take a pledge that they will never give or take dowry. To motivate them, I have asked all the Vice Chancellors to sign a bond for this. The same students degree will be awarded to those who have signed this bond.”
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