Special Correspondent: Sufi
New Delhi: Under the banner of Saraswati Education Society, and with the help of Ministry of Minority Affairs, a six day long workshop on awareness and education of the minority class still deprived of their right to education has begun in east Delhi’s Geeta Colony. This programme basically focuses on uplifting of those coming from the downtrodden strata of society. The event was inaugurated by the councillor of the area Deepak Malhotra who in his address mentioned with emphasis the importance of education for the women of minority section. He elaborated on various aspects of life comprising basic information about the law, health and their rights to fight numerous problems in day-to-day life. In his address, he spoke highly of Amit Mishra, founder chairman, Saraswati Education Society for his initiative, efforts and endeavours. Present on the occasion were Girish Nishana senior correspondent with Delhi Doordarshan and Syed Wajid senior journalist, executive editor with Delhi News Live.
Indu, a social activist presented a vote of thanks to Mr Malhotra, chief guest at the event.