Dr Alaka, India’s Ist woman CISF Officer has appealed to PM Modi for political support and funding of her election campaign in Delhi- NCR.
Pulwama terror strike has motivated the first lady officer of CISF, Dr Alaka Nanda ( Dash) to join active politics. She plans to contest the Lok Sabha elections 2019 from West Delhi and priority in her agenda is giving martyrs their due and working for Indian national security & integrity.
Having decided that, Dr Alaka now appeals to India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi for financial assistance/ donation to help her manage the election campaign in West Delhi . She is yet to set up her Election Campaign Office due to paucity of funding.
Dr Alaka has also appealed to PM Modi to support her candidature for West Delhi Lok Sabha, from where she intends to contest in May 2019.
She seeks PM’s political support as a symbolic appreciation by PM of contributions of women in Central Police Organisations, even though incumbent NDA govt under the leadership of PM Modi didn’t pass the Women’s Reservation Bill in Lok Sabha during last five years.
Incidentally on 10th March, CISF celebrated its 50th Raising Day Anniversary for which PM Modi was the Chief Guest at CISF Battalion , Indirapuram, Ghaziabad. While addressing CISF personnel, PM Modi had highly appreciated their great sacrifices and contributions towards National Security and Nation Building Process. PM Modi had also assured CISF personnel of his support and encouragement in the interest of National Security.
On 10th March 2019, on occasion of 50th anniversary of CISF Raising Day, PM Modi had also donned a beautiful cream coloured cap with CISF Monogram etched on it which had gained him much accolade not only in CISF but also in all other Central Police organisations.
Dr Alaka says that after seeing PM Modi’s picture with CISF hat perched majestically atop his head, she had made up her mind to enter poll arena as she felt very encouraged by PM Modi’s speech and appreciation for CISF .
Dr Alaka further says that she has worked out a 15 point poll manifesto , her focal points on which she would like to work if elected to Parliament from Delhi. She will soon release the said 15 point poll manifesto.
-Pic of Dr Alaka when in service