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EMPOWERING WOMEN: INDIAN ARMY LAUNCHES STITCHING CENTRE & IN UPPER ASSAM

EMPOWERING WOMEN: INDIAN ARMY LAUNCHES STITCHING CENTRE & IN UPPER ASSAM

Kohima, Nagaland
Saturday, 09 Mar 2024

Indian Army established Red Shield Stitching Centre in Tokowpathar village in Tinsukia district of Assam to empower women of this remote village. The Centre serves as a beacon of empowerment for residents of Pengri and nearby areas, highlighting the Army’s commitment to women’s upliftment and regional growth.

During the inauguration, accomplished women were honored for their achievements and societal contributions. Awardees included septuagenarian athlete Mrs. Bina Borkotoky, student Ms. Leena Kushal Das and social worker Ms. Neha Pangyok, recognized for their inspiring endeavours.

Furthermore, Smt Tulya Parva Chetia, a courageous Army widow, was honoured in Sonari, Charaideo, Assam, symbolizing strength and resilience. This gesture emphasizes the importance of supporting women’s empowerment.

The felicitation ceremony appreciates achievements and also encourages women across Assam, echoing the Indian Army’s commitment to community empowerment and national development.

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