Delhi News: Kejriwal said – Women are still insecure, much work to be done – Women are still insecure, much work to be done

सीएम अरविंद केजरीवाल

C. M. Arvind Kejriwal


Women are still unsafe today, we still have a lot of work to do. Nothing will happen until a mass movement is created regarding women’s safety. Society’s greatest task is to provide women with safety. Women are only safe when every person in the society does not consider it their responsibility. Marshals were installed in the buses for the safety of women. Women can now travel on buses without any fear. CCTV cameras are installed on every corner of Delhi.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said these things in a program organized by Delhi Women’s Commission on the occasion of International Women’s Day. An award ceremony was organized on behalf of the Commission at the India Habitat Center on Saturday to mark International Women’s Day. On this occasion, the Chief Minister honored 90 men and women who have dedicated themselves to the cause of women.

Kejriwal said age is just a number, it has proved to be meaningful today. The people brought here are very special. In a video that went viral on social media, he said the Holi video shows women misbehaving and people watching in silence.

Twenty-two brave officers of the Delhi Police were also honored, including the late ASI Shambhu Dayal, who was martyred while fighting the Jhaptamar in Delhi. Kejriwal also honored the senior female army officer, Lieutenant Colonel Richa Dutt. The Chief Minister congratulated the members of BSF’s Seema Bhavani Motorcycle Team who took part in the Republic Day Parade in 2022.

Tanushree Parikh, the country’s first female BSF officer to command the Forward Defense Locality in Kashmir under the control of the Army Ops. Colonel Archana Sood of the Border Roads Organization is the first woman to be posted to the Military Police Corps. She is also the first officer to command the Border Roads Task Force.

Wing Commander Deepika Mishra is the first female officer selected in the Sarong Display Team of the Indian Air Force. They were honored in the program. The Chief Minister congratulated 31 female DTC bus drivers and some ordinary people for their bravery and extraordinary work. The committee also congratulated the survivor of the acid attack, Shabnam, who did not give up despite difficulties and made a name for himself in the fashion world. The committee also congratulated a band group of six transgender people.

Six Pack Band is a famous pop music band of all transgender artists. He also performed at the world famous Cannes Film Festival where he received the prestigious Cannes Grand Prix Glass Lion award. Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel, Environment Minister Gopal Rai, Social Affairs Minister Raj Kumar Anand and Rajya Sabha MPs Sanjay Singh and Raghav Chadha also attended the programme.

Strong faith, hard work and perseverance can make the impossible possible

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also honored 105-year-old Kuttiyamma, 105-year-old Rambai and 95-year-old Bhagwani Devi Dagar. At the age of 104, Kuttiyamma Konthi has obtained 89 per cent marks in the Kerala district literacy examination. He has proven that strong faith, hard work and perseverance can make the impossible possible.

Super grandmother Ram Bai has received many gold medals in various athletic events at the age of 105. Bhagwani won three medals for India at the World Masters Championships in Athletics in Finland. He set a national record by running the 100 meters in 24.74 seconds.

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