According to Abu Mathen George, DCM, indian Embassy in Riyadh, the indian government is in the forefront of empowering women, and the 33 percent reservation for them in the legislature is a significant step in that regard. Speaking during the telugu Day festivities held in conjunction with the Saudi National Day celebrations on Saturday, Abu George praised the telugu ladies for their passionate participation and said that they were equally involved in the event's planning.

On Saturday, a massive gathering of telugu NRIs gathered in Riyadh for a day-long dazzling event hosted by SATA (Saudi Arabia telugu Association), a social and cultural organisation of telugu NRIs in Saudi Arabia. Abu George served as the event's special guest. Second Secretary Moin Akhtar praised telugu ladies for participating in the social and cultural events held by the indian community in the Saudi capital.

The speakers were Vandana from the local cultural organisation DISHA, the president Mallesan, Muzzamil, the general secretary of the Central Region, G. Ananda Raju, and Sucharita from the women Wing. The organisers later honoured notable social workers Shihab Kottukad, Nass Vokkam, Siddiq Tuvoor, and Abdul Rafique for their remarkable contributions to the telugu community.

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