By PTI

NEW DELHI: On International Women’s Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday lauded the role of women in India’s progress and said his government will keep working to further women’s empowerment.

“On International Women’s Day, a tribute to the achievements of our Nari Shakti. We greatly cherish the role of women in India’s progress,” Modi said in a tweet.

“Our government will keep working to further women empowerment,” he said using the hashtag ‘Nari Shakti for New India’.

The prime minister also shared on Twitter a compilation of women achievers whose life journeys were chronicled in ‘Mann Ki Baat’.

An interesting compilation of women achievers whose life journeys were chronicled in #MannKiBaat. #NariShaktiForNewIndia pic.twitter.com/PEOurlMREk
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 8, 2023
Sharing President Droupadi Murmu’s article on the indomitable spirit of Indian women on International Women’s Day, Modi tweeted, “On the way back from Tripura I read this article and found it very motivating. I would urge others to read it as well.”

“On Women’s Day, it chronicles the life journey of a very inspiring person who devoted her life to service and rose to become India’s President,” he said about the president’s article ‘Her Story, My Story: Why I am hopeful about gender justice’.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh recalled the glorious contributions of ‘Nari Shakti’ in all walks of life.

“The government under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi is relentlessly working towards women empowerment through its various effective schemes and programmes,” he said.

“From being operationally deployed in Siachen, the highest battlefield in the world, to being posted on warships, Indian women are breaking barriers in almost every field in the Armed Forces,” Singh tweeted.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “On International Women’s Day, applaud the efforts and the accomplishments of our Nari Shakti.”

“Their contributions are indispensable to Atmanirbhar Bharat’s growth story,” he said.

NEW DELHI: On International Women’s Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday lauded the role of women in India’s progress and said his government will keep working to further women’s empowerment.

“On International Women’s Day, a tribute to the achievements of our Nari Shakti. We greatly cherish the role of women in India’s progress,” Modi said in a tweet.

“Our government will keep working to further women empowerment,” he said using the hashtag ‘Nari Shakti for New India’.googletag.cmd.push(function() {googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-8052921-2’); });

The prime minister also shared on Twitter a compilation of women achievers whose life journeys were chronicled in ‘Mann Ki Baat’.

An interesting compilation of women achievers whose life journeys were chronicled in #MannKiBaat. #NariShaktiForNewIndia pic.twitter.com/PEOurlMREk
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 8, 2023
Sharing President Droupadi Murmu’s article on the indomitable spirit of Indian women on International Women’s Day, Modi tweeted, “On the way back from Tripura I read this article and found it very motivating. I would urge others to read it as well.”

“On Women’s Day, it chronicles the life journey of a very inspiring person who devoted her life to service and rose to become India’s President,” he said about the president’s article ‘Her Story, My Story: Why I am hopeful about gender justice’.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh recalled the glorious contributions of ‘Nari Shakti’ in all walks of life.

“The government under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi is relentlessly working towards women empowerment through its various effective schemes and programmes,” he said.

“From being operationally deployed in Siachen, the highest battlefield in the world, to being posted on warships, Indian women are breaking barriers in almost every field in the Armed Forces,” Singh tweeted.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “On International Women’s Day, applaud the efforts and the accomplishments of our Nari Shakti.”

“Their contributions are indispensable to Atmanirbhar Bharat’s growth story,” he said.





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