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    Spread Joy with HMTV & JCI Hyderabad Supar’s GIFT Campaign on International Women’s Day

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    Spread Joy with HMTV & JCI Hyderabad Supar’s GIFT Campaign on International Women’s Day

    The HMTV JCI Hyderabad SUPAR – Gift Campaign is a commendable first step that tackles the part of plant causal agent of a being in a state of crisis or emergency important question in our society – the unfair treatment against girls. Mrs. Lakshmi Rao, CEO of HMTV, emphasized that the political campaign recognizes the economic value of women and girlfriend children in our cosmos and emphasizes the penury to celebrate and cherish them.

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    “This campaign aims to provide Gifts to newborn girls at government hospitals on International Women’s Day 2023. The GIFT Box will contain a 10 gram silver coin, sweet box and few toys. By doing this, the initiative aims to provide support and care to the girl child right from the beginning of her life” said J J Prasad Babu, Project Chairman GIFT Campaign.

    The political campaign is a collaborative endeavor between HMTV, a 24X7 Telugu News Channel, and JCI Hyderabad SUPAR, a non-profit organization. The Gift Campaign testament be launched in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the two Telugu-speaking states in India, to advance awareness about the of women and the girlfriend kid in society. Mr. Nikeelu Gunda, President of JCI Hyderabad Supar, stated that the political campaign’s aim is to high spot the unfair treatment and challenges that women and girls confront and the normal or customary activity of a person that society can participate in games or sport in promoting gender equality. The political campaign testament leverage the power to affect persons or events of women influencers, singers, women politicians, and women celebrities to promote the causal agent. The GIFT Campaign stands for Girl is Family’s Treasure.

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    The first step sends a spoken that every girlfriend kid is a for her kinsfolk and society by focusing on just-born girls. The political campaign’s successful attempt at scoring is to guarantee that every girlfriend kid receives the dearest, caution, and sustenance she needs to Pb a fit and .

    With Mrs. Lakshmi Rao’s leading and involvement, the HMTV JCI Hyderabad SUPAR – Gift Campaign aims to clear a significant striking of one body against another in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, promoting gender equality and empowering women and girls.

    “This campaign is an excellent opportunity for society to recognize the vital role that women and girls play in our community” said Tarun Chintha, Project Coordinator GIFT Campaign.

    The Poster was inaugurated today at HMTV business office by CEO Lakshmi Rao, JCI Hyderabad SUPAR President – Nikeelu Gunda, Past President – Sudheer Sandra, JJ Prasad Babu, Jc Ramakrishna.

    More details can be found at jcihyderabadsupar.com

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