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Provincial Coordinator Mahila Samanway meets First Lady Savita Kovind
4/24/2018 11:51:21 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 24 : Provincial Coordinator of Mahila Samanway, Jammu and Kashmir, Mamta Singh called on the First Lady Savita Kovind to discuss the women related issues being worked upon by the organization in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi.
Mamta apprised Savita Kovind with the activities and welfare measures undertaken by the organization for the betterment of women folk. She said that their organization is particularly focused on the broader outlook of the problems being faced by the women folk at the multiple levels. She stressed that the entrepreneurship among the women folk will act as morale booster to self reliance and recognition in the society.
Savita Kovind listened to all the deliberations by the Provincial Coordinator of Mahila Samanvay and encouraged her for the positive works being done by the organization for the women folk. Mamta also shared her happiness with the first lady over the bold decision by present dispensation for the ordinance recently approved by the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind regarding the death penalty for the rapist for the heinous offence against the women under the age of 12.
The new ordinance has raised minimum punishment for rape in all categories, which is a welcome step to fight with the most heinous of all the crimes against the women.
She also said that the society must rise above the geographical, linguistic or ethnical barriers, raising voice for the victim with empathy so that the menace could be contained.
Mamta also grabbed the opportunity to thank the first lady for her recent visit to the state of J&K, while at the same time also extended invitation to Savita Kovind to visit once again Jammu and Kashmir.
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