Ranbir Kapoor has been roped in as the youth leader of the Mijwan Welfare Society (MWS), an NGO in Azamgarh UP, founded by the late Kaifi Azmi and now being run by veteran Shabana Azmi. Shabana said that she appreciates Ranbir's efforts by coming on board for the cause.
Ranbir was invited by Namrata Goel, the youth president of MWS NGO. When the actor visited the NGO, he learnt that a girl child in the NGO is given complete education and employment training in just Rs. 6000 in a year, which he probably blows up in one outing with his friends.
Ranbir very much like his forefathers went ahead and joined the NGO for the better cause. The actor thanked his parents for bringing up him and his sister Riddhima equally. This is the reason why today he respects women a lot and wants that all the girls in India should get an edge to make up for all the years of being treated secondary by their families.
Ranbir pleas for giving the girl child an equal opportunity. He said that today's girl child is tomorrow's empowered woman. He added that he is honoured to be a part of the Mijwan Welfare Society as a youth leader, which is working to transform the lives of the girls living in the rural part of India.
Ranbir on this International Women's Day pleaded to the people to donate Rs. 6000 a year and give a girl child the gift of education, which will result towards and empowered India.