Letter to Editor to take action against Female Foeticide

Letter to Editor for class 6-12. Here you will know the right format of a letter to editor, editorial letter format and examples of letters to the editor on current topics.

Attempt in 100-120 words. Recently, you have come across many articles on the topic, ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’. In spite of these articles, girls are not given due respect and female foeticide in society is rampant.

Write a letter in 100-120 words to the editor of The Times of India, expressing your concern over the problem. Give some suggestions on the role of the people and the government in curbing it. You are Vaibhavi/Vaibhav, 12 Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. Source: Educart sample paper 6, 2021

Ideas to score full marks in this letter-
1. Include why girls are not given due respect.
2. Suggest some innovative ways to curb it.

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Sample Answer – Letter to Editor to take action against Female Foeticide

12, Vasant Kunj
New Delhi

Oct 30, 2021

The Editor
The Times of India
New Delhi
Subject: Take Serious Action to curb female foeticide
Respected madam,
Through the columns of your prestigious newspaper, I want to highlight the role of the government and people in curbing female foeticide. Girls are considered a burden in Indian families. This conservative thought provokes people to kill a female foetus in the womb itself. One main reason behind disliking a girl child could be a huge amount of dowry. Moreover, boys are expected to support and earn for their parents in their old age.
In this context, government intervention at the central and state levels would help. Annual tax benefits could be given to the parents of a girl child, and dowry should be totally abolished. Girls’ parents can be offered more rate of interest on their savings.
Although the government has banned the testing of gender during pregnancy. Still, female foeticide is rampant in society. The government should take actions to strictly implement this law so that our nation proceed towards gender equality.
Yours Truly

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