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Should National Leaders Ostracize Any Sector Of Society And Promote Stigma?

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

National leaders are to take responsibility for promoting the general welfare of all. They should be sensitive to the needs of each member of society whether they are in or outside of prison or are given all sorts of description. Their duty is to serve all and leave no one behind.

There is nobody who wants to have the selling of one’s body as a profession to be able to survive. Every woman wants to have a loving husband and keep a family happy.

Selling one’s body is a manifestation of the failure of a society to take care of its citizens.  It is the policy makers who should be ashamed of keeping their citizens in such a state of exploitation and deprivation. 

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