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Union Minister Savitri Thakur Fails To Write ‘Beti Bachao’ Slogan, Video Goes Viral

A video from a school event has went viral for all the wrong reasons. Union minister Savitri Thakur was seen misspelling the 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' slogan on a white board in Dhar, MP.

Edited By : News24 Desk | Updated: Jun 20, 2024 15:43 IST
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Savitri Thakur Viral Video: A video of a union minister is going viral on social media owing to her misspelling of the popular slogan given by Narendra Modi, in an admission-taking event organized in a government school in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. Union Minister of State for Women and Child Development Savitri Thakur reached a govt school in Dhar to be part of the event. During the program, she couldn’t write the popular slogan correctly and fetched huge criticism from social media for the same.

First-time union minister

Savitri Thakur is a member of Parliament from the Dhar constituency and became the Union Minister for the first time. Students were welcomed on the day of admission when they came after the long break. Savitri Thakur arrived to welcome the children of Brahmakund School in Dhar. It is when Savitri Thakur initiated writing the slogan on the whiteboard to raise awareness about the education of a girl child that she was caught misspelling the slogan.

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The union minister actually wanted to write ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ but she instead wrote ‘Beti Padao Bachchav’. Notably, Thakur was interrupted and was tried to be corrected but she continued writing in her own style without taking cognizance of the suggestion.

Savitri Thakur was elected MP from Dhar for the second time and became a minister for the first time. She was associated with the Sangh. According to the information, Savitri’s husband is a farmer and her father is a civil servant. Coming from an ordinary family, she has no connection with politics. According to her affidavit submitted to the election commission, Savitri Thakur has pursued her education up to intermediate but due to a typo in the slogan, she was targeted by people.

However, some have appreciated her journey and added that coming from a tribal community and reaching where she is is hugely applaudable.

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First published on: Jun 19, 2024 06:12 PM IST

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