27 February 2021 09:36 pm

AAP women teams providing sanitary pads for women protestors at ‘dharna’ sites

- Posted on 08 December 2020

Chandigarh, December 8: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been engaged in the selfless service of providing needed help to the agitating farmers fighting for their bread and butter on the Delhi borders. The Party’s women volunteers have come up with a whole new idea of providing the women protestors with essential items, including sanitary pads at the ‘dharna’ site. The AAP women volunteers are taking due care of the women protestors, and providing them with the essentials items of daily use.


In a statement from party headquarters in Chandigarh on Tuesday, AAP leader  Seema Sodhi informed that till now as many as 2,300 sanitary pads had been distributed among the women protestors, who were a part of the ongoing farmers stir, adding that the Party would continue to provide them with the daily needs as long as the ongoing agrarian strife continued.


The party’s team of volunteers, including Seema Sodhi, Aamardeep Kaur, Monika, Sukhwinder Kaur, Sukhwinder Kaur Gehlot, Jaspal Kaur, serving as ‘sewadar’ of the farmers by visiting the ‘dharna’ site and interacting with the women participants. The AAP volunteers confided that the women protestors, who had come from various parts of India, including Punjab, were in for a pleasant surprise with the gesture and thanked the AAP volunteers.


The Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi has put in place a team of female doctors, health workers to monitor the supply chain of sanitary pads and other essential items of daily use for women protestors did not stop. It may be recalled that the Delhi government has been engaged, heart and soul, in providing all kinds of facilities, including medical care, ‘langar’ (community kitchen), clean drinking water, makeshift  lavatories et al ever since the farmers stir shifted to the national capital.    

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