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Jamshedpur, Aug 11: The women’s wing of Kayasth Mahasabha, Jamshedpur unit today organized a Sawan Milan and also held a meeting to discuss various plans of action contemplated. Dr Vinita Sahay stated that they had to come forward to help in the uplift of the poor in the community. She suggested installation of a pad vending machine and urged all members to educate women on personal hygiene.
Dr Snehlata Sinha, drawing on her vast experience said that Kayasth women needed to be empowered. She said that self-confidence had to be instilled in them so that young girls in the Kayasth community could become self dependent. Dr Juhi Samarpita while welcoming the guests observed that each one of the members was a pillar of strength and that collectively they would have to work for the uplift of the less fortunate people of their community.
Dr Nidhi Srivastav anchored the meeting. The chief guest on the occasion was Rai Manendra Prasad. Leading luminary of the Kayasth community MP Sinha also was present on the occasion. Guest o honour Avinash Kishore averred that to run any organization funds were required and for the purpose the organization had to be registered. He said that funds must be kept aside to aid the poor and needy.
Anjani Kishore Sahay suggested that children of the Kayasth community should be counseled on aims and objectives. Mita Jakhanwal promised to provide whole hearted support towards education for the community. Others who spoke on the occasion included Ritu Asthana, Ruby Sinha, Seema Kumar, Nishi Srivastav and Aparajita Shubhra.