IMF chief on Indian women's safety

Wiki Editor Apr 20 2018 6:09AM Politics

International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde said that Indian officials should focus more on the safety of women in the country from Prime Minister Narendra Modi

She spoke at a press conference in Washington on Thursday. She responded to the murder of an eight year old girl in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. She said that the incident was the worst. From the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, all the Indian officials are expected to focus more on the safety of women, as it is necessary for women in India.

Christine is the second time in four months that Prime Minister Modi needs more attention on women's safety in India. Modi addressed Modi at the World Economic Summit in Davos in January. He spoke with Modi and asked me not to mention the women in India in the speech. But it is not the question of talking about women alone. Christine, who has the right to take care of women in India, immediately stated that it was his personal opinion and that the IMF had nothing to do with his remarks.

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