New Delhi [India]Dec 24 (ANI/PNN): A delegation of JITO WOMEN’S WING North Zone led by JLV North Zone Convener SONALI HEMANT JAIN visited the Parliament session live on 22 Dec 2022. JITO was established to empower Jain women and provide a platform where all JAIN women , regardless of their faith and belief, can come together to create a powerful movement for the benefit of all.
The visit included one-on-one meetings with Jagdeep Dhankhar, Vice President of India, Om Birla, Speaker of Lok Sabha, JP Nadda, President of Bharatiya Janata Party, Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India, Smriti Zubin Irani, Minister of Women and Child Development and Minority Affairs, Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma, Member of Parliament, Jaya Bachchan, Rajia Sabha MP and Kirron Kher, Rajia Sabha MP.
Besides sharing the mission and vision of JITO, the ladies had a discussion on various aspects of SHIKSHA, SEVA & SVAVLAMBAN for women, especially with the leaders, along with access to the benefits of being in the minority. The delegation was represented by a team of 5 women each from JLV New Delhi (CP Meenakshi Jain), JLV North Delhi (CP Sangeeta Chajjer), JLV East Delhi (CP Anjali Jain), JLV Faridabad (JLV Kusum Jain), JLV Gurugram ( Hema Jain) & JLV Ludhiana (CP Manju Jain) & North Zone Ladies Wing Convenor Sonali Jain & Co-Convenor Parul Surana*
JITO North Zone President Bajrang Botra, EPACK Group President appreciated the visit and showed gratitude to all the ladies of North Zone. He adds that it is a huge inspiration and motivation to do something significant for the family and society in accordance with the way our policy makers dedicate themselves to the good of our country.
This event will give a new paradigm to LV and lay the foundation for many such high-scoring events. The North Zone team pledges to work side by side with all of you to make JITO aspirational.
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