The two-day “Mahila Mela” organised by Chandigarh Municipal Corporation at Mahila Bhawan in Sector 38-C concluded here on Monday. Managing Director of CITCO, Kavita Singh, was the chief guest at the event and Municipal Commissioner Baldeo Purushartha presided over the function. Mayor Arun Sood, Chairperson of Women Empowerment Committee Harjinder Kaur, councillors Raj Bala Malik, Asha Jaswal, Rajinder Kaur Rattu and other prominent persons were also present on the closing ceremony of the event.
The women employees of the civic body presented number of items including Giddha, Haryanvi dance, skits, plays etc.
On the second day of the fest, various stalls were showcased including handicraft, mehendi and nail arts, bangles, paper jewellery, suits and jackets, wooden home furnishings, women paintings and candles, phulkari, eating and other stalls.
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All participants and employees of the civic body were honoured with gifts and certificates by the chief guest.