Kareena Kapoor Khan address the issue and said “Don’t return awards”

Kareena Kapoor Khan address the issue and said “Don’t return awards”


Kareena Kapoor Khan guided them to address the problems troubling them and has disapproved of the tendency of writers and filmmakers returning their awards.

“Returning an award wouldn’t solve any problem. It’s not a private problem, it’s the problem of whole country,” she said in a press meet now.

But whatever goes on (in the state), the retaliation of youths (over distinct problems) that’s what actually inspired me,” the 35-year old said when requested to comment on filmmakers returning awards to protest “growing intolerance” below the current Government.

Kareena was to participate in some programmes predicated on youngsters organised by Unicef, School Women and Instruction and Child Development Departments of Chhattisgarh Government. The favorite star is Unicef India’s “celeb supporter” for instruction.

She valued the attempts of State and Unicef Government to market education among children, particularly those residing in the distant places of Chhattisgarh.

Previously, addressing Kareena stressed on concurrently raising enrolment of pupils in schools and enhancing the standard of instruction. “Though enrolment of pupils in schools has increased substantially, quality instruction continues to be a dilemma of concern. Ensuring quality instruction to each kid is among the more important challenges before us.” Innovative learning techniques and quality instruction in a school can put together ensure improvement of a young child to achieve an improved future, she added. Kareena also recommended for girls in schools, access to clean drinking water for pupils and enhancing use of schools for facilities like separate toilets. On the occasion, Chief Minister Raman Singh started a cellular cellular telephone-cum internet-based application ‘CG Edutrack’ collectively produced School Instruction Section and by Unicef. The application may assist in tracking the existence of pupils and teachers in Government-run schools.