as Sewa Diwas. Therefore, we decided to reach out to Dalits and those
oppressed and underprivileged,” he said.

Javadekar was impressed with the training facilities available for
students at the 116-year-old Kamla Mehta School for the Blind in

Lauding the efforts and aspirations of the girls and their teachers,
the minister said, “What we all need is just commitment and zeal to
move ahead in our life. These girls are a source of energy and

Maharashtra Minister for Social Justice Rajkumar Badole, BJP MP from
Beed Preetam Munde and officers from the office of Chief Commissioner
for Persons with Disabilities were present on the occasion.
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Avinash Shahi
Doctoral student at Centre for Law and Governance JNU

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