International Women’s Day celebrated across J&K, Ladakh

International Women’s Day was celebrated today across Jammu & Kashmir as well as Ladakh to mark and celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and raise awareness about women equality and accelerate gender parity.

While addressing activists of Women Association of Kashmir in Srinagar on International Women’s Day, CPI (M) leader Mohd Yousuf Tarigami said amid the challenging times, the perfect way to celebrate the Day is to remind that all men and women are equal and can work together. in shaping the world. Focusing on women’s issues and empowerment is what we should strive for, he said, adding thousands of women employed by the Government under various schemes like anganwadi workers and ASHA workers are not even recognized as workers and are paid a paltry amount as ‘honorarium’ or ‘incentive’. He reiterated his commitment to continue fight until achieves the goal of emancipation and a society free from exploitation. Click here to watch video

International Women’s Day program was also organized at Om Shanti Meditation Center 248/A, Brahma Kumaris Road Jammu. Former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta was present as the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion, Kavinder said that a seed was sown 88 years ago which has now grown into a big tree and the main objective of the teachings of Brahma Kumaris is to eliminate evils from the society. Special guest Priya Sethi (former Minister) said that the entire universe revolves around women. Ashwani Sharma (former MLA), Yudhvir Sethi (J&K BJP vice president), Purnima Sharma (former Deputy Mayor Jammu), Rajinder Sharma (former Mayor Jammu, Chander Mohan Sharma (senior BJP leader) and BK Harbans Lal (retired session judge) were present as special guests.

A silently working social activist Saroj Mahajan was felicitated on International Women’s Day by Nami Dogri Sanstha (NDS) in collaboration with ABMBS and MASAHRA. Saroj has been working for the last about 40 years to empower the poor, physically challenged, mentally retarded, sick, helpless and socially abandoned women folk. “Nari Shakti Welfare Society” was founded by her in 1989. Vanshika Kaw (a primary level student) was also honored for her all round outstanding potential especially in the field of singing. Both Saroj and Vanshika were presented with shawls and mementos by the dignitaries and executive body members of NDS present on the occasion.
As part of celebrations, five stations of Northern Railway viz. Firozshah on Firozpur Division, Mohali on Ambala Division, Malhaur & Manak Nagar on Lucknow division and Delhi Safdarjung on Delhi division have declared as Pink Station and trains are running by women staff on these stations. These stations are managed by lady staff and duties of Guard, Assistant Stations Master, Loco Pilot and RPF are performed by women. Pink Stations are the newest addition to the Railways. These stations are run by an all women staff and managed by them. This initiative is good way to empower women as it creates a safe space for women workers and passengers.

To mark the occasion, renowned International Wellness Coach, Dr Samita Gupta captivated over 100 eager students with her expertise on the topic “Journey of Women from Womb to Tomb, in an enlightening session at SMVD University. The expert lecture, organized by the National Service Scheme (NSS) at SMVDU, focused on crucial aspects of women’s health and wellness in contemporary society. Other members from SMVDU present on the occasion were Prof Ankush Anand, Dr Kamini Pathania and Shivani Khajuria.
International Women’s Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in Police Stations of Jammu district. SP Rural Jammu along with officers of Rural Zone participated in the celebrations. Speaking on the occasion, SP Rural Zone Jammu said that the services of JK Police are always available 24×7 at Mahila Desk existing in all Police Stations; and Women Police in the JKP have been playing an important and pivotal role in solving sensitive cases related to women. SDPOs and SHOs of Rural Zone were present in the programs at their respective police stations.
Take One Television & Digital Network organized a heartening donation drive and celebration event at Mahila Jagriti Udyog Kendra Rehan Basera, aimed at uplifting underprivileged women from all walks of life. Supported by Patanjali, V Flow, and Sanjeev Caterers, the event brought together community leaders, sponsors, and volunteers in a celebration of empowerment and solidarity. Sanjeev Prabhakar, owner of Sanjeev Caterers, graced the occasion and handed over gift hampers including personal hygiene products from Patanjali and V Flow among the underprivileged women. Veena Bakshi (president, Mahila Jagriti Udyog Kendra), Mona Dogra (Team Sahara) and Sham Lal Basson (former Corporator) were also present on the occasion.
Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) observed the International Women’s Day at SCOPE Complex, New Delhi. Atul Sobti (Director Gene

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