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Marwari Yuva Tezpur Jagriti Branch organized webinar on female foetus protection

Marwari Yuva Tezpur Jagriti Branch organized a webinar on a serious issue of social reform.


Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Sep 2021 5:00 AM GMT


TEZPUR: Marwari Yuva Tezpur Jagriti Branch organized a webinar on a serious issue of social reform. The program started with Ganesh Vandana. A total of 40 people participated enthusiastically in the program. Tezpur Jagriti Branch president Soni Bhageria, vice president Urvashi Killa gave a welcome speech and honoured the guests with phulam gamusa and japi through virtual medium.

The chief guest of the program was Guwahati Samriddhi Branch President Sumita Bardia and Provincial Save Girl child's convenor, who asked to raise their voice on the issue of such a girl child. The guest speaker Dr. Sarika Dugad, Guwahati, who is a motivational speaker, she spoke very passionately about saving girl child and their safety and said that women are more powerful than men, without women there is no existence of men. She appreciated Tezpur Jagriti branch by giving encouragement thay Tezpur Jagriti branch has run a beautiful campaign through webinar. The guest of honour for the program was the Provincial Women's Membership growth convenor Dimpy Pareek, who is a part of many campaigns for the benefit of women like "Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao." The programme was conducted by Branch Joint Secretary Meenu Tibrewal.

All India Marwari Yuva Manch, national Matrimony and Social Reform Coordinator Rajeev Jain, Provincial Woman empowerment convenor Poonam Pandya, Provincial Blood Donation Convenor Priyank Jalan, Provincial Youth Development Coordinator Mahul Choudhary and officials of other branches, members of Tezpur Jagriti Branch were also present. Branch Secretary Ruby Jain proposed vote of thanks to all.

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