City welfare board’s clarion call: Respect, protect women
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The Chandigarh Social Welfare Board organised an orientation programme on Monday at the Post Graduate Government College, Sector 11 to launch a campaign on 'Respect Women Protect Women'.
Wife of Union Railways Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, Madhu Bansal, launched the campaign in the presences of religious leaders of the town and social workers and office bearers of NGOs, NSS volunteers and students.
Senior religious leaders of the city including Father Dominique Bosco of Catholic Church, Maulana Mohammad Ajmal Khan of Jama Masjid, Sector 20 and others participated in the campaign.
A pledge was administered to the delegates to respect women and protect women in their daily lives.
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