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Coimbatore: The National conference of National Women’s Front “Awakening” was held today at the Hazrat Begum Mahal Maidan at Coimbatore at 3 PM. This conference is one of the biggest conferences ever organized by Indian women. Women from various states like Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu, Delhi, West Bengal, AP, Goa and Rajasthan attended the conference. The Conference was presided over by NWF National President, Shahida Aslam.
Coimbatore: An exhibition was inaugurated today as part of the awareness campaign of the “Awakening” Conference being organized by National Women’s Front. The theme of the exhibition is “Women’s rights and issues”. The exhibition was inaugurated by Popular Front of India Tamilnadu state president A.S. Ismail at 11:30 am. National Women’s Front National President Mrs. Shahida Aslam, State President Mrs. Raziya Banu, State Vice-president Mrs. Habeeb Nisa, Conference General Convener Mrs. M. Shifa was also present on the occasion.
The exhibition has been divided into categories. The first category displays an introduction of various prominent women personalities and activists. The struggle of these brave women personalities are explained to the audience. Another category presents the contribution of women in India’s freedom struggle. The exhibition also sheds light on various serious issues and threats surrounding Indian women.
Rajasthan: Indian women have capability to overcome the grave issues surrounding them and they cannot rely upon others to empower them. The conference “Awakening” which will be held in Coimbatore on 16th November is intended to awaken women’s of India. Publicity program of this conference was organized by Rajasthan on 9th November.
NWF state president Kosar Jahan addressed the gathering with theme speech. She lamented the lack of importance placed on higher education of women even in the 21st century. India lags behind Pakistan and even Nepal in terms of women’s representation in politics.
Chief guest Pooja Chaudhury, principal of Sarvodaya School appreciated the work of NWF and suggested the members of NWF to work in every village of Kota district. Dr Alifa Sayed, retired teacher Sitara Begum and Kota district president of SDPI Women Wings Sanjita Parveen were also present in the occasion. Program concluded with vote of thanks by state general secretary Tabassum.
Andhra Pradesh: Violence and crime against women is an issue since ancient times. To highlight this issue National women’s Front is organizing National Women’s Conference “Awakening” in Coimbatore on 16th November. As a part of this conference publicity program was conducted by Andhra Pradesh state NWF committee members on 2nd November.
Nayeemunnisa NWF state vice president initiated the program by giving brief Introduction about NWF. Program sustained with theme speech by Noor Khadija NWF state president. She stressed on rape cases and said even after all the claims by successive state and central governments to protect women from this inhuman crime there is a rise in rape cases every year.
Guest of occasion Khalida Parveen, National converter, WTI said differences proposed by the society between male and female and also emphasized women’s scenario in the present era. The program concluded with vote of thanks by Taherunnisa NWF state general secretary.