Thiruvananthapuram: Left-led outfits to launch campaign

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Dec 7, 2018, 1:00 am IST
Updated Dec 7, 2018, 1:00 am IST
The plan was finalised at a meeting of the top office bearers of the Left women organisations here.
The meeting decided to make the Women Wall call given by community organisations and various sections of society, a big success.
 The meeting decided to make the Women Wall call given by community organisations and various sections of society, a big success.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Left women organisations have charted out an extensive plan including house-to-house visit to mobilise people for "women wall" from Kasargod to Thiruvananthapuram on January 1.

The plan was finalised at a meeting of the top office bearers of the Left women organisations here. The meeting decided to make the Women Wall call given by community organisations and various sections of society, a big success.  The state-level organising committee for the Women Wall will be constituted at an extended meeting to be held at the AKG Centre here on December 13 at 11 am.

 

The district-level meetings of the women organisations have been planned for December 8 and 9. Organising committees in all districts will be in place by December 20. 

The organisations have decided to approach each household in the state to seek support for the event. During the three-day house-to-house campaign on December 15,16 and 17, the focus will be on women members of families. Pamphlets highlighting the significance of women wall will be distributed during these visits.

Besides, extensive mass campaigns will be launched across the state to mobilise people's opinion in favour of the women wall. Padayatras will be taken out in all villages on December 22 and 23. The women organisations have appealed to the people at large to come out in big numbers on the New Year Day to participate in the historic event being organised with the slogan "Kerala will not be allowed to become a mental asylum."

The joint meeting of Left women organisations was attended by P Vasantham. P Sathidevi, C S Sujatha of CPM-led AIDWA, Padmini Teacher, Bina Joby (Nationalist Mahila Congress) Chinchu Rani(CPI-led Kerala Mahila Sanghom) Bindu R (MahilaCongress (S)  and P Thankamony..

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