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After 60 years in Saudi Arabia, women got the freedom of driving, removed ban

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24 June :- In Saudi Arabia Sunday, today, women have been allowed to officially drive (drive) on the streets. At the same time, Saudi Arabia has become the last country in the world to remove the restrictions on women driving. Let us know that Saudi Arabia was the only country in the world where women could not drive.

This is a historic day in the history of this country, because for more than 60 years women used to sit in the passenger seat i.e. they could not drive themselves. With the withdrawal of the ban on the carriage, 1.51 crore women in the Gulf country will be able to take the car for the first time on the roads.

Let Saudi Arabia announce the removal of a ban on women’s driving in September 2017. This decision is part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Vision 2030 program, so that the economy can be opened to separate the Saudi society from oil. He had said that he would implement the order till June 2018.

Hamsa Al-Sonosi, a woman from Jeddah, said that I had never thought in my dream that I would be able to see this day in my life. Jeddah is the second city in the country to license women.

Significantly, Saudi Arabia is counted as a radical country where there are many restrictions and restrictions for women. This move of Saudi ruler Salman was praised all over the world.

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