Krishni Tharu, the Deputy Speaker of the Lumbini Provincial Assembly, has been living in Kamalari for 18 years. Krishni Tharu, who was born in Sangharshangari, Ward No. 4, Rajapur Municipality, Bardiya in 2032 BS, has become the Deputy Speaker from the struggle. From the age of 7, she did not even imagine that she would become a deputy speaker in a landlord’s house. At present, she conducts the meeting when the speaker is not present in the state assembly.
“I had to stay in other person’s house to do housework instead of taking care of their children without knowing how to eat on my own,” says Krishni Tharu. I gradually came here after the Kamaiya liberation movement awakened the feeling that we should also be free. So you can’t succeed without a struggle. ‘
Krishni Tharu added, “I have come to the present stage from the Kamalari and Kamaiya liberation movement, so women can do it if given the opportunity.” Now the presence of women in executive positions should be made mandatory. We should not shrink only to the deputy, members and proportional representation, ‘says Krishni.
Now Krishni is learning from the stories of pain and struggle she has suffered and is leading her children and society in the right path.
The original leadership is male. If women are given the opportunity, they are not weak in any work. He understands that women are forced to live like rusty weapons even when they have knowledge and ability.
“It’s good that the state has reached 33 percent, women, at all levels,” says Tharu. Women should also be ensured indirect positions. ‘Deputy Speaker Tharu suggested that women themselves should work hard to reach higher positions. Even now, the presence of capable women at the leadership level is low.