Questions being asked to Collector?
In fact, a video of Kerala’s Pathanamthitta District Collector Dr. Divya S Iyer went viral on social media, in which she was seen adopting her son Malhar at a public event. He also addressed the gathering at the closing ceremony of the Adoor International Film Festival. He gave a speech holding his son, after which many questions are being asked?
Is it ‘appropriate’ to do so? officer breaks silence
People on social media are criticizing him and raising questions whether it is ‘proper’ to do so. On which his statement has come to the fore. Speaking to NDTV, Collector Dr. Divya S Iyer said that her son waited calmly till his name was announced to deliver the speech. He continued, “I don’t know what made him feel like running up to me on stage?”
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The IAS officer further added that “I am a 24×7 mother and 24×7 district collector. We women play 24×7 roles in life, where we cannot afford to shift.” Iyer said it was a “socio-cultural event, which was completely non-official”. “One of the ways in which I try to maintain that balance is by trying to spend time with my son and trying to give him different experiences,” she said.
People who came out in support gave the example of New Zealand PM
Iyer said a working mother does not mean that she takes her job responsibilities less seriously. Iyer said after the video went viral, many women from Kerala and across the country told him that it was not just your problem. The video was posted on Facebook by CPI leader and Deputy Speaker of the Assembly Chittayam Gopakumar on October 30. The video was later removed. On which many people criticized the IAS officer for bringing the son to the program, although many also came out in his support and told how New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern took her three-month-old daughter to the United Nations General Assembly in 2018. Had joined.