News Round-up: Women should spare time for nation building
Pathsanchalan by Sevika Samiti in Jaipur
Jaipur unit of Rashtra Sevika Samiti organised a pathsanchalan on October 1 to celebrate its foundation day. Shastrapujan was performed before the beginning of the pathsanchalan. Prant Karyavahika of the Samit Dr Manju Sharma addressed the gathering and highlighted the activities of the organisation since 1936, the year it was formed in Nagpur.
Dr Anita Hada Sangwan, anchor of ETV Rajasthan, said education enhances self-confidence and self-respect. She said working for the nation should also be the prime responsibility of the women and they should not confine only to their houses or the offices. Smt Saroj Kumar, former chairperson of Social Welfare Board, stressed the need to curb female feticide.