HW English
Modi
National Politics

Meet The Inspiring Women Who Took Over PM Modi’s Social Media Accounts

The seven women achievers shared their life journeys and interacted with the followers of Prime Minister Narendra Modi marking the International Women’s Day.

New Delhi| PM Modi tweeted this morning he would log out of his social media accounts and give them to “seven women achievers” who will “share their life’s journeys” on International Women’s Day.

Extending his greeting for the women of India, PM Modi said, “Greetings on International Women’s Day! We salute the spirit and accomplishments of our Nari Shakti.”

Meet the women achievers:

1. Sneha Mohandoss:

The first woman achiever to tweet from the prime minister’s handle was Sneha Mohandoss, founder of Food Bank India.

Working to eradicate hunger, Mohandoss urged everyone to feed at least one needy person and contribute to a hunger-free planet.

2. Malvika Iyer

After surviving a bomb blast at the age of 13, Malvika Iyer, who is differently-abled went on to get her PhD.

Also Read: Rape of a minor is rape but rape of married woman is different: UP Minister

3. Arifa

“When tradition meets modernity, wonders can happen,” tweeted Arifa from Kashmir, who is working to revive Namda craft to empower local women.

4. Kalpana Ramesh

Meet water warrior Kalpana Ramesh who is encouraging people to collectively act to create a “water secure” future for children.

5. Vijaya Pawar

6. Kalavati Devi

Modi is one of the most followed world leaders on social media with 53.3 million followers on Twitter, 44 million on Facebook, 35 million on Instagram.

International Women’s Day is celebrated every day on March 8 every year to social-economic, cultural and political achievements of women. This year’s theme is “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights”.

Related posts

Grand Alliance Releases Manifesto For Bihar Assembly Elections, Promises To Repeal Farm Laws

Arti Ghargi

BJP forgot ‘acche din’ promise after coming to power, says Akhilesh Yadav

PTI

HC rejects PIL to allow movie-goers take own food into cinemas

PTI