Kathua girl attends Indian Student Parliament

Excelsior Correspondent
KATHUA, Jan 18: A renowned social worker and Human Right activist, Deepa Sharma coordinator of Speak India Environmental Foundation has attended the three-day Indian Student Parliament held at MIT School of Government, Pune.
In this Parliament many political leaders and social reformers like Dr. D.Y Patil, Governor of Tripura, advocate Ujjwal Nikam, Criminal Lawyer and Public Prosecutor, Irina Bakova, Director General, Unesco, Paris, Sir Mark Tully, Former Bureau Chief of BBC, India, Mohammad Ghafoori, Director SAARC, Nitin Gadkari, National president, BJP, Dr. R.A Mashalkar, Former Director General, CSIR and the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah attended and gave their view point about politics.
A well known social worker and film star Shabana Azmi and Subhash Ghai also participated in the same conference. The main agenda of this programme was to sensitize the youth to became a part of the politics as it is only way to help the society and to eradicate the evils likes poverty, corruption and other social crimes from the society. During the programme Deepa Sharma interacted with many educationalists and scholars.

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