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Whatever he does, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a unique style of presenting things or matters to the public on social media!

On account of the International Women’s Day 2020 on March 09, 2020, the Prime Minister signed off from all his social accounts and handed over them to the inspirational women.

Resultant, his social media accounts Twitter, Facebook and Instagram buzzed with empowering and inspiring stories of many Indian women achievers reaching out to millions of his followers.

PM Narendra Modi Social Media

On various matters of hunger, sanitation and sustainable development, disability, inclusion and financial wellbeing, the achievers took #ModiFollowers through their journey from overcoming odds to emerging as changemakers.

This activity, not only created a buzz with lot of retweets, shares and likes, it eventually contributed to the follower count of the achievers’ social media accounts.

“India has outstanding women achievers in all parts of the nation. These women have done great work in a wide range of sectors. Their struggles and aspirations motivate millions. Let us keep celebrating the achievements of such women and learning from them,” Modi tweeted.

Giving the stage to the seven women achievers, Narendra made the following tweet:

Seven Women Achievers

Seven Women Achievers

1) Sneha Mohandoss, Founder of Food Bank

You heard of food for thought. Now, it’s time for action and a better future for our poor. We have over 20 chapters and have impacted several people with our work. We also initiated activities like mass cooking, cooking marathons and breastfeeding awareness drives.

2) Malvika Iyer, bomb blast survivor (at the age of 13) and women rights activist

I worked and went on to do a PhD. Giving up is never an option. We need show people with disabilities as role models instead of showing them as weak and dependent.

3) Arifa Jan, a young Entrepreneur and Women Artisan Supporter in Kashmir

I always dreamt of reviving the traditional crafts of Kashmir because this is a means to empower local women. I saw the condition of women artisans and so began working to revive Numdah craft.

4) Kalpana Ramesh, known asWater Champion’ for her fight for water conservation

Small efforts can make a big effort. Water is a valuable inheritance. Let us not deprive our next generations.

5) Vijaya Pawar, who supported and promoted Banjara Women Handicrafts in Maharashtra

You have read about handicrafts from different parts of India. My fellow Indians, I present to you handicrafts of the Banjara Community in rural Maharashtra. I have been working on this for the last two decades and have been assisted by a thousand more women.

6) Kalavati Devi has raised funds for building toilets and sanitation works in Pune.

7) Veena Devi has promoted mushroom farming from her home.

Of these, Arifa Jan, Veena Devi and Kalavati Devi were honored with Nari Shakti awards on March 08, 2020.

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Posted by IndianEra, 09/03/2020