Collective efforts required for upliftment of women: Tamradhwaj Sahu

Bhilai, Sep 11: Under the aegis of the women’s wing of Parikshetriya Sahu Sangha Purai, Teej Milan programme was organized at Kumkum Mangalam Bhawan in Village-Khamharia. Home Minister Tamradhwaj Sahu graced the function as Chief Guest. Office bearers of Sahu Sangh and other related organisations were present. Vice President Tehsil Sahu Sangh Sushil Sahu presided over the programme. Special Guest was Poonam Sahu (Deputy Convenor Women’s Cell, District Sahu Sangh), Coordinator Women’s Justice Cell Dehuti Sahu, Women’s Cell Assistant Secretary Laxmi Sahu, Working committee member Seema Hirwani, women’s vice-president Regional Sahu Sangh Purai and social worker Harsh Sahu. The program commenced by offering prayers to Mata Karma.

Various games were organized at the venue. Women enthusiastically participated in lighting a candle, blowing the balloon, putting on a bindi, matka breaking, jalebi eating, riddles, make-up, cooking, dish decoration, and other competitions.

The main objective of the program was to empower the society by increasing women empowerment. The issues of drug de-addiction and popularising Chhattisgarhi art and culture were also highlighted.

Chief Guest Tamradhwaj Sahu said that today women are leading in all the fields, whether it is politics, social or education. Women are the Janani of this world. There is a need to make collective effort for the upliftment of women. He said that there is great power in the organization. He urged the people to make their children cultured with education. The winners of n various sports were honored with a memento. A very attractive cultural program was presented by the women of the Samaj. On this occasion, Tehsil Sahu Sangh President Pusau Ram Sahu, Vice President Dayaram Sahu, General Secretary Umashankar Sahu, Regional President Khilwan Sahu, District committee member Rakesh Hirwani, Sarpanchs Sukhit Ram Sahu, Manish Sahu, Vaman Sahu, Roshan Sahu, Jamwant Gajpal and other members of the Samaj along with villagers were present in large number.

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