During her address, Jahan expressed the viewpoint that those who believe in Sanathana Dharma are, in essence, all Hindus. This perspective aligns with her emphasis on a common cultural and spiritual thread that unites individuals, transcending specific religious affiliations. The Sthreeshakthi Sangamam, a gathering focused on women’s empowerment, was inaugurated by Nusrat Jahan, bringing attention to crucial themes related to identity, culture, and unity.
Jahan said that she is proud to be a Hindu. Hindutwa is a culture; there is no religion in it. But, the followers of other religions opine differently. Without a nation, there is no people, society, or family. Students should be taught the history of Jhansi Rani and Shivaji, instead of Mughal empire, who fought for the country. Jahan said that now women are coming forward with several issues, thanks to the freedom they got due to the abolition of Muthalaq or Triple Thalaq. Simultaneously, women should give importance to education. They should remember that only then can they achieve their goals.
Jahan added that if Bharat is ahead of other countries, credit goes to Prime Minister Narendra Modiji.
BJP state vice president Dr J Prameeladevi, Dr R Archana of FISAT and Balagokulam state Bhagini Pramukha P. Krishnapriya spoke on Bharatiya Concept of Woman, The Challenges Women Do Face and The Solutions For Them and Role of Women in The National Development respectively. Dr Lata Nair, Dr. Soudamini Menon and Jaya Achuthan presided respectively. The valedictory speech was delivered by Adv. Nivedita Subramanian, the state president of Bharatiya Mahila Morcha. Brahmakumari Meena delivered the keynote address. General Convener Prameela Sasidharan, Bhuvaneshwari, M. Rajalakshmi, Adv. Sini Manoj, Deepa Menon, Rajeswari, Thankamani Chandrasekhar and Saju Shyam spoke on the occasion.