Vaani Kapoor Takes the Helm in the ‘Naari Ko Samarpit’ Campaign Preceding the 75th Republic Day Parade.
Vaani Kapoor will be leading the ‘Naari Ko Samarpit 26th Jan’ campaign, a modest initiative dedicated to promoting women empowerment.
India is poised to honor ‘Nari Shakti’ (women power) on Republic Day through the ‘Naari Ko Samarpit 26th Jan’ campaign, an extension of government efforts dedicated to advancing women empowerment. Vaani Kapoor is actively involved in this campaign, taking a lead role in celebrating initiatives such as the Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, designed to secure the future of the girl child. The campaign also highlights the Ujjwala Yojana, focusing on women’s safety by providing smoke-free kitchens and promoting a healthy life for women and their families.
Furthermore, the initiative includes offering free LPG connections, and the Aayushman Card ensures universal healthcare access, serving as a crucial support system for the female citizens of India. This campaign reflects the country’s commitment to acknowledging and uplifting the contributions of women in various aspects of life.
Demonstrating her engagement on social media, Vaani Kapoor provided her followers with a sneak peek of the campaign by posting the television commercial she filmed for it. In her caption, she expressed, “Let’s mark Republic Day uniquely this time—dedicated to women!”
Sharing her thoughts on the matter, Vaani Kapoor expressed, “I am delighted to be part of the nationwide initiative ‘Naari Ko Samarpit 26th Jan’. The Indian Government has been actively promoting ‘Nari Shakti’ (women empowerment) in the nation. Recognizing the pivotal role of women in our society, this campaign aims to acknowledge and celebrate their significant contributions. It underscores the idea that empowering women is integral to the overall progress of the country. I strongly believe in empowering women to unleash their full potential, and this initiative resonates with that belief.”
The upcoming 75th Republic Day will pay homage to the accomplishments of women in India, with the renowned Republic Day parade kicking off with a performance by 100 female musicians. The event will feature segments highlighting the contributions of women in the Army, Navy, Air Force, and other military forces, emphasizing the vital role women play in these sectors.