Social discrimination is rampant in a large country like ours. This socio-economic segregation of a society makes the it divisive.
Even though the government provides free education for the under-privileged, in order to alleviate their situation, unfortunately, that in itself in not enough. The attitude of the privileged sections must change.
We hope by empowering the weaker sections of society – making them understand their rights, providing opportunities - is what we desire to achieve. In fact, the SE in DilSe stands for “Social Empowerment” and “Social Equality”
Taking small and sure steps, we aim to diminish if not completely remove the social gap, toward the making of an inclusive futuristic India.
A campaign before the General Election 2019.
I visited 17 school in ‘G South’ ward (Mumbai) in March/April 2019 and taught over 3000 students the importance of voting and exercising their right. They were explained about democracy and it’s advantages, the election process and how we should elect our representatives. Though the kids were not eligible voters, I believe that these values should be taught to kids at young age, so they grow to be responsible citizens. They were asked to take the message home to their families and spread the word. Incidentally the voter turnout in G Ward increased by 3.5%.
A developing nation like India, tends to focus on achieving a high growth rate and overall economic development. However lurking in the shadows is an often-overlooked problem of social inequality. With this in mind, I launched
the campaign –Uplift. Uplift’s aim- with the aim of is to stop all segregation that exists within the societies of high-rise buildings. In these buildings, often there tends to be a separate elevator for the people of a lower socio-economic background.
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