“Let us all become leaders and actively participate in politics. Change will come to India; it is just a matter of time”.
Ms Alva took some time off to interact with Political Action Interns at Bharti Vidya Bhavan, Bangalore. Her constant reiteration of her agenda on women empowerment gathered enthusiastic students from the audiences to lend an ear to the rendezvous.
She discussed invariably on vocational training, entrepreneurship and the rise of small scale industries to which women must be actively involved. According to Alva, 60% of women in India are financially dependent on either their husband or family.
She believes to convert this 60% to 0% as her agenda ensures to offer an opportunity to every woman in the city to live their life free of limitations.She urged the interns to specifically participate in political activities and choose a leader who would endorse their views.
Blogs by interns:
Candid talk: Ms Nandini Alva and Political Action Interns by Abhishek Kamath