www.thehindu.com/opinion/op- ed/the-way-to-end-child- marriage/article65526756.ece/ amp/
-In the intro, mention that the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 2021, fixes 21 years as the marriageable age for women.
-In the body mention various factors such as social and economic responsible for the prevalence. In the next part mention the limits of success that can be achieved by increasing the age. In the next part mention that NHFS-5 data suggests strong link between years of schooling with the desired outcomes and need to focus on it.
-Conclude by mentioning the need to focus on factors such as education which can help in reducing the prevalence of child marriage in India.