ATMA Celebrates International Women’s Day

On International Women’s Day, ATMA volunteers reached out to the women in the capital in large numbers with the message of ‘ safety which has assumed increased importance as the world is battling the Covid pandemic.

“Safety of the family is on the top of a woman’s mind and indeed women exert unique influence on the family. War against Covid can be won only if the family and society at large come together to follow Covid protocol religiously. We thought of reaching out to women with the message of Safety – safety at home and safety on the roads”, said  Rajiv Budhraja, Director General ATMA.

Masks with messages of safety and tyre safety booklets were distributed amongst women at highly frequented public places such as markets in the capital.

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