NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi pays tribute Swachh Bharat warrior Kunwar Bai on the occasion of International Women Day.
International Women’s Day 2018 on February 8 (Thursday) is being celebrated all over the world and abroad where he has expressed his desire that every people should share the inspirational stories about women those have done bravest work for the nation and have left an impregnable mark on society.
Reminding the reflexion of women power, PM Modi remembered 106-year-old Kunwar Bai today from Chhattisgarh who was a warrior of Swachh Bharat Mission and sold her goats in order to build toilets.
“Through their exemplary deeds, several women have left an indelible mark in the history of humankind. They continue to inspire generations. I urge you to write about some women who inspire you,” PM Modi said on Twitter.
“Her contribution towards a Swachh Bharat can never be forgotten. I am deeply inspired by her noble gesture,” PM said in a tweet. Kunwar Bai passed away earlier this year.
“I will always cherish the time when I had the opportunity to seek Kunwar Bai’s blessings during one of my visits to Chhattisgarh. Kunwar Bai lives on in the hearts and minds of all those who are passionate towards fulfilling Bapu’s dream of a clean India,” he added.
Several women like Kalpna Chawla, Laxmi Bai and the others have done the bravest work for the country. Due to bravest work, they are popular in the History.