Harvard honor to Lok Satta leader Hyma Praveen
Mrs. Hyma Praveen of the Lok Satta Party has been invited to take part in the Harvard India conference on ‘Prospects of India and paradox in 2014’ to be held at Boston on February 15.
Mrs. Hyma, whom the Lok Satta Party has named as its candidate to contest the 2014 election to the Assembly from Sanatnagar, is the only politician from India to be invited to the conference.
Highly educated Mrs. Hyma had given up her lucrative career in the U. S. and returned to India to join the Lok Satta Party and become a partner in its mission to bring about transformation in the nature of politics. For the last two years, she has been fighting to address problems of people in Sanatnagar constituency.
The Mahila Satta and the Yuva Satta felicitated Mrs. Hyma Praveen at a function held at the Lok Satta Party headquarters here today.
Addressing the gathering, Mahila Satta President Mrs. N. Saroja Devi said that the Lok Satta is the only party that gives importance to youth and women. It is prepared to allocate more tickets to women than stipulated in the Women’s Reservation Bill. The party has ensured that women are given due representation in the party by making institutional arrangements. She appealed to women with commitment, dedication and leadership qualities to utilize the Lok Satta Party as their platform for changing the nature of politics.
Among those who took part in the function were State Yuva Satta President P. Sivaji, Greater Hyderabad Lok Satta President Dosapati Ramu, Vice President Gajanani and Assistant Secretary Pericherla Bhavani and Jubilee Hills and Malkajgiri Lok Satta candidates Bonthu Sambi Reddy and Dileep Sankar Reddy.
Her tentitive schedule
14th/15th new jersey - 15th Lunch Event in New Jersey
16th - Harvard India conference - Boston
17th Boston - 17th Lunch Event in Boston
18th/19th back in NJ and DC.
22nd lunch event in Houston
22nd Dinner event in Dallas
23rd Lunch Event in LA
23rd Dinner event in San Diego
24th night Bay area -- Just meeting the PFL family> Then back to India