Kavitha's First Ever Visit To Andhra!

Kavitha's First Ever Visit To Andhra!

Kalvakuntla Kavitha, leader of TRS party and parliament member of Nizamabad will be visiting Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh state as part of attending an International conference - 'Women empowerment for nation's development'. Yes, Andhra Pradesh state government is gearing up to host an International event 'International Women's Parliament', scheduled for February 10-12th in capital Amaravathi, which will be graced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi as its chief guest.

Since it is very unique moment for Kavitha to visit Andhra Pradesh, her rare visit is inviting a lot of anticipation from her supporters and people.

The speaker of state legislative assembly, Kodela Siva Prasad said it's going to be first of its kind in state and country. As per Kodela, the global conference will see delegations from 12,000 delegates that include students, women from business, government, politics, industrial, sports, media, commercial and other sectors all over the world.

The speaker further emphasized the importance of the event saying 'the 3-day event will offer true Telugu culture to the guests and Amaravati declaration for women empowerment will be announced.' He also affirmed that women legislators and MPs from all 29 states were invited. The implementation of such conferences and events would apparently benefit the region in all possible ways.    

Besides Prime Minister Modi, the long list of invitees to the conference include CM Chandrababu Naidu, Spiritual Guru Dalai Lama, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumithra Mahajan, women ministers of State and Centre, Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje, Governor Kiran Bedi, PV Sindhu, Sania Mirza, Nara Bhuvaneshwari and Brahmani from Heritage Foods group, Congress MLA DK Aruna, bureaucrats and others from different sectors.

A total of 18 committees are deployed to work on arrangements for the international event which would bring in more pride to state. A concerned team has begun sending out invitations to other nations like Nepal, Japan, China and all.