Uttarakhand: Uma Sanstha honored women with “Uma Shakti Samman”, Priyam and Hina crowned in the field of journalism
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Uma Shakti Samman Samaroh was organized by Uma Sanstha in Dehradun, in which women and women journalists working in various fields were honored. Rajya Sabha MP Naresh Bansal and Mayor Sunil Uniyal Gama also honored Uma Shakti on this occasion. Rajya Sabha MP Naresh Bansal, who participated in the felicitation ceremony, said that today Uma Sanstha has honored women working in deprived areas, today women are making their mark from the film world to journalism, education, health and in all other fields. Today India is proud of its women power, when there is a crisis in the family, where the man is unable to face that crisis, the woman faces that crisis and this is the reason that today India Because of women power, it is touching new dimensions everyday; today in any field, if we see, women are proving their talent in every field. On the other hand, President of Uma Sanstha, Sadhna Sharma said that it is a matter of pride for all women that women are moving forward in every category and for the last many years, Uma Sanstha has been honoring women from different fields with “Uma Shakti Samman”. It is a matter of pride for the organization as well.
He got respect in the field of journalism
Let us tell you that in the field of journalism, Uma Sanstha honored anchor/news reader Priyam Shankar Jha working in Doordarshan and Hina Azmi working in Network 18 with Uma Shakti Samman. The same young journalist Priyam Shankar Jha working in Doordarshan says that she has been playing the role of news reader in Doordarshan since 2017 and today she is feeling very proud to get this honor. He said that the field of journalism is not easy but if we are determined to do something then it is not difficult either. On the other hand, Heena Azmi told the media that it is a matter of pride for her to get this honor. Heena says that she expresses her gratitude to Uma Sanstha, which increased the dignity of women working in various fields and gave them respect.