We have provided below variety of speech on save girl child for the school students. All the save girl child speeches are written using very simple and easy words, especially for the students to fulfill their needs and requirements. Dear parents, you can motivate your children to take part in the speech recitation at any special occasion celebration in their schools using such simple and easily understandable speeches.
Long and Short Speech on Save Girl Child
First of all, I would like to say my humble good morning to the excellencies, respected teachers and my dear colleagues. On this special occasion, I would like to speech over save the girl child. In Indian society, the girl child is considered a curse from ancient times. If we think from our own mind the question arises that how the girl child can be a curse.
The answer is very clear and full of the fact that without a girl child, a boy child can never take birth in this world. Then why people do lots of violence again women and the girl child. Why they want to kill the girl child before taking birth in her mother’s womb. Why people rape or sexually harass the girls at home, public places, schools or workplaces. Why a girl is attacked by the acid and why a girl child becomes a victim of various men cruelty.
It is very clear that a girl child always becomes a blessing for society and the reason for the continuation of life in this world. We worship many female Goddesses at various festivals however never feel a little bit of kind to the women living in our home. Truly, the girls are pillars of society. A small girl child can be a good daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother and other good relations in the future. If we kill them before taking birth or do not care for taking birth then how we will get a daughter, sister, wife or mother in the future. Is anyone of us has ever thought that what will happen if women deny being pregnant, give birth to a baby or give all responsibility of their motherhood to men? Are men able to do all such responsibilities? If not; then why girls are killed, why they supposed as a curse, why they are a burden to their parents or society. Why the eyes are not being open to the people even after many surprised truths and facts about girls.
Nowadays, women are working outside in the field with the men by meeting shoulder to shoulder together with all the responsibilities at home. This is a big shame to us that still girls are victims of many violence even they have changed themselves to survive in this modern world. We should actively participate in the campaign to save the girl child by removing the male dominating nature of society. In India male considered themselves dominating and superior to women which gives rise to all the violence against girls. Saving the girl child first needs parents to change their minds. They need to stop neglecting their daughter’s nutrition, education, living style, etc. They need to consider their kids the same whether they are girls or boys.
It is the parent’s positive thinking towards girls which can change the whole society in India. They should raise the voice against criminal doctors killing innocent girls in the womb before their birth just for getting some money. All the rules and regulations should be tough and active against those who are involved in the crime against girls (whether they are parents, doctors, relatives, neighbors, etc). Only then, we can think and expect a good future in India. Women should also need to be strong and raise their voices. They should learn from the great women leaders in India like Sarojini Naidu, Indira Gandhi, Kalpana Chawla, Sunita Williams, etc. Without women, everything is incomplete in this world like man, home, and a world itself. So, it is my humble request to all of you that please involve yourself in saving the girl child.
Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has said in his speech on girl child that “Am Standing Before you as Beggar”. He has launched a nationwide campaign named “Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao” (means Save the Girl Child and Educate Her). This campaign was launched by him to spread awareness in the society against female foeticide as well as women empowerment through education. Here are what our Prime Minister has said in his speech:
- “The prime minister of the country is begging you to save the lives of girls”.
- “In nearby Kurukshetra (in Haryana), a boy called Prince fell into a well, and the whole nation watched the rescue operation on TV. For one Prince, people united to pray, but with so many girls killed we don’t react”.
- “We are not worthy of being called citizens of the 21st century. It is as if we are from the 18th century – at that time, and just after a girl’s birth, she was killed. We are worse now, we don’t even allow the girl to be born”.
- “Girls are better performers than boys. If you need proof, just look at exam results”.
- “People want educated daughters-in-law but think several times before educating their daughters. How can this go on?”
Very good morning to the respected teachers, my dear friends, and other gathered people. I would like to speech on the topic of save girl children on this special occasion. I am very grateful to my class teacher to give such a great opportunity to speech here on this important topic. Saving a girl child is a big social awareness program launched by the government of India to attract the human mind to save girl child. The status of women and girl child in India is very clear to all of us. It is no hidden more than how the girls are missing from our society and country day by day. Their percentages in comparison to males are decreasing which is a very serious issue. The decreasing number of girls is dangerous to society and it makes the continuation of life on the earth suspicious. In order to promote the campaign of save girl child, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has launched another campaign called “Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao” (means Save the Girl Child and Educate Her).
India is a fast-growing country in every field. It is booming in the field of economy, research, technologies, and infrastructure. Even after such a witnessed advancements in the country, violence again girl child is still practiced. It has made its root so deep which is creating a problem in getting out completely from society. Violence again girl child is a very dangerous social evil. The reason for female foeticide is the technological improvement in the country such as ultrasound, sex determination tests, scan tests, and amniocentesis, detect genetic abnormalities, etc. All such technologies have given way to various rich, poor and middle-class families to detect the sex of the fetus and abort in case of girl baby.
Earlier amniocentesis was used (started in India in 1974) to detect only fetal abnormalities however later it was started detecting gender of the child (started in 1979 Amritsar, Punjab). However, it was forbidden by the Indian Council of Medical Research but it has already destroyed many girl child before their birth. As soon as the test leaked its benefits, people started using it to fulfill their wish to get only boy baby by destroying all the unborn girl child through abortion.
Female foeticide, infanticide, lack of proper nutrition, etc are the issues of decreasing the number of girl child in India. By default, if a girl child takes birth she faces other types of discrimination and negligence by their parents and society such as basic nutrition, education, living standard, dowry death, bride burning, rape, sexual harassment, child abuse, and so many. It is very sad to express all the violence against a girl child in our society. India is a country where women are worshiped and called a mother, are still suffering from male domination in various ways. According to the UN report, around 750,000 girls are being aborted annually in India especially in the Punjab and Haryana. If the practice of abortion continues for the next few years, we surely will see a day without mothers and thus no life.
Generally, we all feel proud to be an Indian but for what, to see girl child abortion and other violence against them. I think we have the rights to say ‘proud to be an Indian’ only when we respect and save a girl child. We should realize our responsibilities of being an Indian citizen and give a better stop to this evil crime.
Good morning to the respected teachers and my dear colleagues. As we all have gathered here to celebrate this occasion, I would like to speech on the topic of save girl child. I would like to speech on this topic to spread awareness about the importance of girl child in our lives. In order to remove the practice of cruelty against the girl child in the Indian society, the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has launched a campaign called “Beti Bachao – Beti Padhao”. It is a campaign to spread awareness towards saving and educating the girl child in our home and society. The decreasing sex ratio of the girl child in our country is putting a big challenge in front of us for the future. Life possibility on the earth is because of both males and female however what will happen if the number of one sex is continuously decreasing.
It is very clear that without daughters we have no future. Indian Union Minister Smt. Maneka Gandhi has well said that “Any society with a fewer no. of girls ended up limited and aggressive because love decreased in such a society” at the work-shop organized at Panipat. The main objectives of the campaign of “Beti Bachao – Beti Padhao” is to save girl child and educate them in order to finish the root of violence against them in society. Girls are generally being deprived of their normal and basic facilities (such as proper nutrition, education, living style, etc) in their family because of the superiority of boy baby. In Indian society, boys are given higher importance than that of girls in terms of nutrition and education. They are generally assigned to do household chores and satisfy other family members the whole day against their wishes. There is a famous slogan that “If you educate your daughter, you educate two families”. It is very true because educating a man is only educate a person whereas educating a woman is educating the whole family.
In order to make it a successful campaign, the government has promised to give various types of incentives to the villagers after showing involvement in saving and educating girls. It is to ensure the permanent removal of evils in society like female foeticide, dowry deaths, sexual exploitation, etc. Female foeticide in India took the air because of the occurrence of gender-selective abortions technology which led to the clear and sharp drop in the ratio of girls’ child. This technique came in forth as a worsening problem after the release of the 2001 national census as it showed a huge reduction in the female population in some Indian states. It was continued in the results of the 2011 national census especially in the prosperous regions of India.
An increasing rate of female foeticide in the Madhya Pradesh was very clear in the census results (932 girls/1000 boys in 2001 whereas 912 girls/1000 boys in 2011 and it is expecting to be only 900/1000 by 2021). Save girl child campaign will be successful only when it is supported by each and every Indian citizen.
Good morning to the excellencies, respected teachers and my dear friends. The reason for gathering here is to celebrate this special occasion. On this occasion, I would like to raise the topic of save girl child through my speech. I hope you all support me and let me fulfill the goal of this speech. As we all know that the status of the girl child in our country is very low. In this modern and technological world, people have been very clever. They first go for the sex determination test before giving birth to the new member of the family. And they generally choose the option of abortion in case of a girl child and continue the pregnancy in case of a boy baby. Earlier, cruel people were used to killing girl babies after her birth however nowadays they are going for an ultrasound for sex determination and kill the girl infant in the mother’s womb.
There is the wrong culture against women in India that girls are only consumers whereas boys are money givers. Women in India face lots of violence from ancient times. However, it is very shameful to kill a girl child before birth in the mother’s womb. Old people expect from their daughters-in-law to give birth to a baby boy instead of a girl baby. New couples are in pressure from their family members and relatives to give birth to a baby boy. In such cases, they all go for the sex determination test in the early pregnancy to make their family members happy. However, killing a girl baby in the womb is not the only issue against them. They face a lot after coming into the world in the form of dowry deaths, malnutrition, illiteracy, bride burning, sexual harassment, child abuse, low-quality lifestyle, and so many. If she takes birth by mistake, she suffers a lot in the form of punishment and will killing because her brother gets full attention from the grandparents, parents, and relatives. He gets everything new like shoes, dresses, toys, books, etc from time to time whereas a girl kills her all wishes. She only learns to become happy by seeing her brother. She never gets chances of eating nutritious foods and quality education in a nice school.
Sex determination and sex selection are still practiced by the people even after being a criminal offense in India. It has been a source of huge business all over the country. Girl child has fundamental rights of equality in the society like boys. The ever-decreasing number of girl child in the country is alarming us to do something effective to give a break to it. Women need to get higher and quality education and empowered so that they can fight for their rights. They have the right to think first about their baby (whether girl or boy) in their life and nobody else. Educating them may help a lot to remove this issue from the society and make the future with girls.