Jamshedpur: The members of BJP Jamshedpur Mahanagar Mahila Morcha acknowledged the contribution being made by the corona warriors by tying raksha sutras on their wrists.
On Saturday, as per the instructions of State Morcha President Aarti Kujur, a number of women activists of BJP Mahila Morcha, led by Jyoti Adhikari, president of Mahanagar Mahila Morcha, went to Kadma police station and tied raksha sutras to all the policemen, including the Kadma police station in-charge Manoj Thakur.
During this, the women members of Mahila Morcha wished all the policemen good health and long life.
The Mahila Morcha workers also tied raksha sutras to the ‘corona warrior’ sweepers and sanitation workers and expressed their gratitude to them for serving as frontline workers during the pandemic and wished them a healthy, happy and long life.
Those who participated in the programme included BJP Mahila Morcha State secretary Minister Rita Mishra, Mahila Morcha in-charge Rakesh Singh, General Secretary Neelu Jha, Rashmi Bhardwaj, Laxmi Mirdha, Bharti Kumari, Seema Jaiswal, Jaya Lakshmi, Leena Chaudhary, Rani Thakur, Shukla Haldhar, Pinky Devi, Geeta Devi, Rita Mukhi, Sarabjit Singh and others.