Dr. Aneel Murarka & Mr. Manish Murarka take the initiative of securing and making the daughters of India “Independent”, a monetarily help for 100 daughters of India by opening their bank accounts and driving them to be independent.
“Let us celebrate the birth of the girl child. We should be equally proud of our daughters” says recipient of Dadasaheb Phalke award, Dr. Aneel Murarka. On the lines of PM Narendra Modi’s Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme, Industrialist & Philanthropist Dr. Aneel Murarka & Mr. Manish Murarka who seek to promote the welfare of others opened Savings Bank Accounts for 100 underprivileged girls in order to secure their future & drive them to be independent“I can’t lay enough emphases on how important is it for every girl to be independent. Under this campaign, bank accounts of the underprivileged girls will be opened with the help of which they shall be given the benefit of insurance. They need to be given the right guidance in order to secure their future and make a living for themselves”
The initiative aims to generate awareness and improve the efficiency of welfare services meant for underprivileged girls in the country says Dr. Aneel Murarka & Mr. Manish Murarka who have been instrumental in introducing & supporting many such drives and initiatives.
They said though this programme has been organized in Mumbai for 100 girls, the message is relevant across the country “Each one of us have a collective responsibility towards this, otherwise we would not only be harming the current generation, but also inviting a “terrible crisis” for the future generations”
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