Kerala Government has already launched the 'She Pad' scheme which would distribute free sanitary napkin pads to school girls from classes VI to XII. This will be done in all Government and aided private schools which are affiliated with the state school board.
This is the first time, a state government distributes sanitary napkins to school girls. In Tamil Nadu, Subbiah Vidyalayam Girls School making a collaboration with Bella Sanitary pads are already providing free sanitary pads for the past 5 years. Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja inaugurated this scheme and initially, it will be implemented in 300 schools in 113 panchayats.
These schools will also get cupboards to store napkins and an incinerator to dispose the used pads. A local governing body will provide the adequate funds to Kerala Women Development Corporation which will distribute quality napkins to the schools.
CM KCR assured Hyderabad infrastructure doesn't crumble reservation policy According to sources Telangana CM K. Chandrasekhar Rao had currently urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Centre should permit states to have their own reservation policy based on their specific requirements. Meanwhile the TRS Chief said he wants centre to help states like Telangana which is growing faster and which will ultimately become the wealth of the country.
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