These women are walking shoulder to shoulder with men

Every year 26 August is celebrated as Women’s Equality Day. This day is celebrated with the aim of giving respect, equal rights to women and making them aware of their rights. The need to celebrate this day arose when women in America did not even have the right to vote.

At present, there are many such veteran women, who are doing commendable work in their respective fields. From the sports world to politics and the national security and administrative sector, the role of some women is very strong and for others women have become an example of women power. Let’s know about strong women on Women’s Equality Day.

Draupadi Murmu

The President is the highest office of India. At present, the highest post of the country is occupied by President His Excellency Draupadi Murmu. Draupadi Murmu has become the biggest example of women’s equality. She is the second woman President of the country. Draupadi Murmu did not give up in front of the circumstances even after suffering the loss of her husband after the death of three children.

Nirmala Sitharaman

At present, the name of Nirmala Sitharaman is taken first among the most powerful women politicians of the country. Nirmala Sitharaman is the Finance Minister of the Government of India. Nirmala Sitharaman, the first full-time Finance Minister of the NDA government, was also the Defense Minister before this.

Sudha Murthy

Sudha Murthy is the first woman engineer to work in Telco, India’s largest auto manufacturer engineering and locomotive company. Apart from this, Sudha was the first woman among 150 students to get admission in the engineering college. He did his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering in First Class from BVB College of Engineering & Technology, Hubli. She is the wife of Narayana Murthy, the founder of Infosys Foundation. She has written 8 novels so far and is working as a renowned social worker.

Shivangi Singh

The participation of women in the country’s defense department has increased along with men. Many daughters are in high positions in the army. One of these is Flight Lieutenant Shivangi Singh, who is the first woman pilot to fly the powerful fighter aircraft Rafale, who joined the Indian Air Force fleet. Prior to this, she has also flown MiG 21.

Mary Kom

Mary Kom made a strong place at the national and international level in a sport that used to be limited to men. Athlete Mary Kom Mangte won six women’s world championship titles in boxing on the strength of her hard work and rigorous training. Mary Kom, who won the bronze medal in the Olympic Games in the year 2012, won the gold medal in the Asian Games in the year 2014, has been awarded the Arjuna Award, Padma Shri Award.

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