PM had announced that he will give his social media account to inspiring women, we have nominated some
Prime Minister Narendra Modi created havoc on Twitter after he tweeted that he was thinking of leaving social media. Later, PM clarified that he will be giving away his social media accounts to women whose work and life inspire us. Narendra Modi wrote on his twitter handle that this will ignite motivation in millions. In this article, we are naming five such women whom PM should consider to hand over his account on the occasion of International Women’s Day.
1. Licypriya Kangujam
She is an 8-year old environmental activist who started the “Great October March 2019” at India Gate. She stood outside of Parliament House of India, addressing the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enact the climate change law in India. She could strengthen her case of the fight against climate change and global warming by reaching billions of people via PM Modi’s various social media accounts.
2. The India Women’s Cricket Team
The Indian Women Cricket has qualified for the finals of the ongoing T20 World Cup. When strong men’s cricket team is failing to win, these inspiring women remain undefeated in the World Cup so far. If they get the opportunity, they will definitely say a lot about how to involve more women into sport and improve facilities with them.
3. Faye D’Souza
Faye is one of the most popular English journalists in India. If she gets to use PM’s social media accounts, she might bring some untold stories to billions about the country without the pressure of being diplomatic and being re-elected.
4. Women of Shaheen Bagh
Yes, this is controversial! But these women have been sitting there for well over 75 days and yet their voices are not being heard, maybe if they tweet from Modi Ji’s account, people will listen what they have to say.
5. Nirbhaya’s Mom – We mean Asha Devi
We all know what Nirbhaya convicts are doing to avoid their hanging. It takes a lot to lose your daughter and then see culprits fighting against their death sentence. She has been asking for justice for more than 7 years now, and never looked broke or hopeless. If given chance, she can also become the voice of all those women and give them the strength to believe in the judicial system of India.
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