Public Health is a state subject, allotted ₹197 crores for menstrual hygiene to states: Centre to Supreme Court

In its affidavit, the Centre makes it clear that it is committed to providing menstrual hygiene resources to young and adolescent girls.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

Central government and its agencies are not the implementing bodies for schemes relating to menstrual hygiene and it is for the states to implement the existing policies, the Centre told the Supreme Court [Dr Jaya Thakur vs Union of India].

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