A section that does not want men as spectators; Kudumbashree Kalothsava program has been changed


When the panchayat and ward members informed that the program could not be held in this way, those who came up with objections instead excluded the men and organized the program under the name of Fenperuma.

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Perampra: The Kudumbashree Kalotsava Paripadi was changed in the first ward of Changaroth gram panchayat after some people came out against the presence of men as spectators. When the panchayat and ward members informed that the program could not be held in this way, those who came up with objections instead excluded the men and organized the program under the name of Fenperuma. Instead, the program was held in the madrasa building.

The Panchayat has decided to organize Kudumbashree Kalotsavam in every ward in Changaroth Panchayat. According to that, the arts festival was fixed in the first ward and the nineteenth ward on Saturday. But in the 1st Ward, in the organizing committee formation meeting, some expressed the opinion that no men, including the people’s representatives, should be spectators of the events. Abhijit also informed the dissenters later. Kudumbashree CDS The officials also took the position that the program cannot be held like this. With this, it was decided to postpone the program and organize it on another day.

Gram Panchayat President Unni Vengeri said that the banning of men from the program organized in the name of Kudumbashree, which aims at social empowerment and women’s empowerment, cannot be accepted. Ward member Abhijith CDS said that the program held instead had nothing to do with Kudumbashree and that the Kalotsavam would be organized later in the same pattern as it is held everywhere. Chairperson P.P. Anita also said.

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