Chhattisgarh / Bemetara

Bemetara : Mukhyamantri Mahtari Nyay Rath was flagged off

Women will be made aware of their rights and laws by visiting villages

Bemetara TNINS 

Mukhyamantri Mahatari Nyay Rath was flagged off today at Bemetara to raise awareness of women's rights and laws. Under the direction of Collector Mr. Padum Singh Alma, District Panchayat President Revati Sahu, and officials from the Women and Child Development Department, the Mukhyamantri Mahatari Nyay Rath was flagged off from the Collectorate premises to the tune of 'Baat hai Abhiman Ke, Mahila Man Ke Samman Ke'. According to officials, the Nyay Rath Yatra was begun on the initiative of the Chhattisgarh State Women's Commission with the goal of making women in Bemetara district, as well as women throughout the state, aware of their constitutional rights and laws and will help in improving their confidence.

Meanwhile, using short films, messages, and booklets, this Rath will go from village to village in the Bemetara district, informing people about women's legal provisions and constitutional rights. National award-winning short films about Chhattisgarhi laws and the Hindi language will be shown on Rath's large LED screen. Women and Child Development Officer BD Patel, officials from the Public Relations Department, and officers and staff from the Women and Child Development Department were present on this occasion.


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