Deputy CM Dr. Dinesh Sharma celebrates Girl Power by giving 'Shakti Awards'
'Shakti Awards' were organized on the occasion of International Women's Day at the Indira Gandhi Foundation in Gomtinagar, Vibhuti Khand, on Monday.
Lucknow: 'Shakti Awards' were organized on the occasion of International Women's Day at the Indira Gandhi Foundation in Gomtinagar, Vibhuti Khand, on Monday. The event was organized by Seva Dham Sanstha. In this, women who excelled in various fields were honored.
Deputy Chief Minister of the state Dr. Dinesh Sharma was present as the chief guest on this special occasion. Dinesh Sharma started the program with Island Blazing. After which he inaugurated the sanitary napkin vending machine. On this occasion, President of the institution Amrita Rishi, Secretary Arvind Sharma, Treasurer PK Mishra honored the Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma by giving him a memento.
On this occasion, Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma congratulated the International Women’s Day and wished all the respected women. Dinesh Sharma said that after the status of International Women's Day in 1910, it is being celebrated continuously in India. The honor of women has been going on since many ages. The Deputy Chief Minister said that we have the name of women before men. He enumerated names such as Sitaram, Lakshminarayana, Umashankar, Gaurishankar and Radhekrishna as examples.
Women are also running self-sufficient families
Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that the honor of women in Indian culture and civilization has been going on since the last era. Here Mahabharata happened when Draupadi was insulted, then Sita was insulted by Ramayana.
On this occasion, he said that respect for women is an integral part of the culture of India. Women's respect is also paramount for the central and state government. He said that today women are coming forward and cooperating in every field. Women are no longer helpless, if they are determined, they can do anything. It is a matter of pride that she is also self-sufficient and running a family.
A woman’s role is important in grooming the family
Dr. Sharma said that a woman has the highest role in grooming the family.
For a good family, it is very important for a woman to be educated and cultured, which is why the government is giving special emphasis on girl education. He said that the identity of India has always been to honor women. Deputy CM said that the government is working determinedly to stop crime against women. The state government has launched a campaign for this in the name of Mission Shakti. Which is dedicated to respect, safety and empowerment of women.
Dinesh Sharma also spoke about the schemes being run by the state government for the empowerment of women here. He mentioned Mission Shakti, Sumangala Kanya Yojana and Anti Romeo Squad.
Amrita Rishi working to make women aware
'Seva Dham Sanstha' has been working to make women aware about menstruation since 2008. Its president Amrita Rishi has been working for years to educate women about menstruation and spread awareness among the people. Amrita Rishi believes that women should take care of health and hygiene, so that they can become empowered. The work of empowerment of women on behalf of Seva Dham organization has been going on for years and the work of giving sanitary pads to women for free by this institution is going on.
In this program, Deputy Chief Minister, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, Dr. Madhu Pathak, Usha Vishwakarma, Aarti Rana, Shaista Ambar, Saroj Prasad, Dr. Poonam Mishra, Kanchan Singh, Dr. Shipra Kunwar, Saroj Tripathi, Vandana Singh, Prabha Chaturvedi, Kumari Lakshmi , Suman Rawat, Dr. Jaya Tiwari, Varsha Srivastava, Priya Sinha, Vijay Laxmi Mishra, Dr. Anchal Kesari and Bharti Gupta were honored with 'Shakti Award'.
Report-: Shashwat Mishra