Kerala women's wall: Around five lakh women to participate in Kannur

The Mayor will be the chairperson of the committee and district panchayat president K V Sumesh will be the vice-chairperson.

Published: 14th December 2018 12:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th December 2018 12:45 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

Women's wall: Around five lakh women to participate in KannurWomen's wall: Around five lakh women to participate in KannurExpress News Service @ Kannur

KANNUR: The women's wall, which will be organised by the state government with an intention to uphold renaissance values and gender equality in society, will witness a huge participation from the district, said the organising committee. Around five lakh women are expected to participate in the wall, which will be organised on January 1 from Kasargod to Thiruvananthapuram.

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The organising committee, which was formed on Wednesday, with ministers Ramachandran Kadannappally, EP Jayarajan and KK Shylaja as chief patrons, has expressed hope that the event will be a great success and will provide the much-needed impetus to the government's attempt to restore renaissance values in society.

Former MLA B Raghavan, vice-chairman of Renaissance Protection Committee, inaugurated the organising committee meeting. Corporation Mayor E P Latha presided over.

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The women's wall will be formed from Kasargod to Thiruvananthapuram, in a stretch of 620 km, on the western side of the National Highway on January 1, 2019 at 4 pm. Committees will be formed at the local levels for the successful implementation of the programme before December 20.

District Collector Mir Muhammad Ali, District Information Officer E K Padmanabhan, panchayat presidents association district president Mythili Ramanan, secretary M Raghavan, Kuthuparamba municipal chairman M Sukumaran and district social justice officer K Rajeevan spoke. District panchayat standing committee chairperson K P Jayabalan, district planning officer K Prakashan, Kudumbashree Mission district coordinator Dr M Surjith and library council district secretary P K Baiju participated.

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Presidents of various local bodies, secretaries of block panchayats, heads of various government departments, representatives of various community organisations, representatives of women-youth organisations also participated in the meeting.

MPs and MLAs will be the district-level patrons of the organising committee. The Mayor will be the chairperson of the committee and district panchayat president K V Sumesh will be the vice-chairperson. The convener of the committee will be District Collector Mir Muhammad Ali.

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