To solve public problems, Total Solution Day was organized in all tehsils

Complete Solution Day was organized in Tehsil Alapur under the chairmanship of District Magistrate Avinash Singh

Feb 21, 2024 - 15:33
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To solve public problems, Total Solution Day was organized in all tehsils
To solve public problems, Total Solution Day was organized in all tehsils.

Under the joint aegis of District Legal Services Authority Ambedkar Nagar and Public Education Center Kutiyawa Ambedkar Nagar, a seminar was organized with Nari Sangh sisters in Gram Panchayat Surhurpur today on World Social Justice Day under the joint aegis of District Legal Services Authority Ambedkar Nagar and Public Education Center Kutiyava Ambedkar Nagar. to be done .

Project Director Pushpa Pal ji, while giving information during the seminar, said that every year on 20th February, World Social Justice Day is celebrated all over the world. It was celebrated for the first time in the year 2009. Its main objective is to give equal rights to individual without any discrimination and inequality. Also, people have to be made aware of social justice and equality.

For this, World Social Justice Day is celebrated every year on 20 February. In modern times, the importance of World Social Justice Day has increased further. There is a need to spread awareness in the society that everyone is one and no discrimination should be seen in anyone. Under this, efforts are being made to give equal rights to the people. At the same time, the inequality prevailing in the society has to be eradicated from its roots. This will lead to the development of the entire society together.

Giving information, community activist Ramhit said that in the year 2007, a resolution was passed by the United Nations and it was announced to celebrate World Social Justice Day on 20th February every year. Two years later, World Social Justice Day was celebrated for the first time in 2009. To make World Social Justice Day successful, many countries come together and try to unite people divided in the name of unemployment, poverty, caste discrimination, gender and religion. In India too, there has been a law to give equal rights to people for centuries. For this, there are many provisions in the Indian Constitution to eliminate social inequality.

Among the Nari Sangh leading sisters, Badma Rekha, Geeta, Mithlesh Chaman, Ranjana, Dimple, Renu, Urvashi etc. sisters of Nari Sangh were present.

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