New Delhi (LokSatya). Seema Samridhi Kushwaha, who won the Global Goal Award, has made the country and the state proud by joining the Republic of Women organization, a partner organization of the United Nations.
Seema Kushwaha of Etawah in Uttar Pradesh achieved her position by playing an important role in hanging the country’s famous Nirbhaya case.
The organization released the list of top 1000 women of the world doing humanitarian work. Among these, Seema Samridhi Kushwaha, daughter of village Uggarpura of Lavedi police station area of Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh, got eighth place and brought glory to the entire nation.
Apart from Seema Samridhi Kushwaha, Parvati Jangid Suthar of India stood first. A total of four women of the country have achieved this position.
These women, including Seema Samridhi Kushwaha, will now attend the International level Republic of Women’s board meeting on the initiative of the United Nations. This board will assist the United Nations in formulating policies for the upliftment and empowerment of women around the world. Eighth-placed Seema Kushwaha is a Samriddhi feminist social activist. He had put the side of Delhi’s Nirbhaya in front of the court, whose culprits were hanged last year only.