Community people from various sectors and societies came together to celebrate the 7th foundation day of Choti Si Khushi CSK, an NGO in the city working on slum kids' and women's welfare. The event aimed to celebrate their work and positive impact on society was held on July 15, 2022, at the community hall of Rajasthan Apartments, sector 4.
Dignitaries such as the director of Naz Foundation, an NGO working on HIV/AIDS and sexual health, Anjali Gopalan, an eminent civil rights animal rights activist, Rajender Singh, Additional DCP, Dwarka, Ex- ACP Dwarka were present along with volunteers from Dwarka community.
On the occasion, children performed various types of activities like street play, and speech expressing the enlightenment Choti Si Khushi brought into their lives. The magazine of CSK, ‘Pankh’ was also unveiled.
Gopalgan, who was the chief guest at the event, said that community efforts and working on deprived clusters would help in the development of the nation. “We need more such efforts, no matter how small. Such collective efforts build the nation. I am happy that community people are involved in Choti Si Khushi and working on such deprives section selflessly.”
Additional DCP Dwarka appreciated the efforts of CSK in spreading awareness about community policing and working on different schemes of police to empower the deprived community.
General secretary of CSK, and a resident of Sector 3, Namitha Chowdhary says, “We are happy that we completed 7 years. The best part of the CSK is that people from the societies come out and do something for those who are underprivileged. In that way, we all are together for uplifting that class of the society.”