KCR seeks Congress support on daughter’s political bet, women’s reservation bill, find out what’s going on Telangana Chief Minister K Kavita protesting over the Women’s Reservation Bill
Telangana Chief Minister KCR’s daughter is in Delhi these days, taking part in protests over the long-pending Women’s Reservation Bill… this time, she also sought Congress’s support for the bill.
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New Delhi. Telangana Its chief minister Who is Chandrasekhar? Rao Its daughter and BRS leader Its poetry It has been hanging in Parliament for a long time Women’s Reservation Bill A six-hour protest was held on Friday demanding fast-track passes Hunger strike Shura Kavita said, ‘If India is to develop, women should play an important role in politics. For which this bill, which has been pending for the past 27 years, needs to be brought.
CPM leader Sitaram Yechury inaugurated the protest at Jantar Mantar. Yechury in his inaugural speech said, “Our party will support Kavita in this protest till the bill is passed. It is necessary to bring this bill to give equal opportunities to women in politics.
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Proposal to Congress?
BRS leader Kavita reached out to the Congress party and asked them to support the bill. The move is politically significant as KCR has been distancing himself from the Congress for the past four years. Sonia Gandhi’s praise for Kavita’s outreach marks the first time a leader from KCR’s inner circle has come to join her protest to the Congress.
KCR started talking about the need to bring the opposition parties under one umbrella to oust the BJP from power at the Center in 2019, all the while saying that both the Congress and the BJP have failed the country. From Nitish Kumar to MK Stalin, Mamata Banerjee and Uddhav Thackeray, the Telangana chief minister has met leaders from all walks of life to forge an alliance ahead of the 2024 polls. However, he has so far stayed away from Congress leaders.
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Kavita will appear before the ED on March 11
The hunger strike was planned a week ago, the BRS leader said on Thursday. But the ED summoned him to appear on March 9, just a day before the pre-scheduled movement. Later, the organization approved Kavitha’s request for appearance on March 11 after the agitation.
Historic opportunity for bill passage
On Thursday, Kavita said that the bill has been in the cold storage since 2010 and the Modi government has a historic chance to pass it in Parliament before 2024. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections that his government would introduce the bill and it was also part of the BJP’s election manifesto. He said no BJP leader raised the issue and the Modi government failed to pass the bill in Parliament despite having a majority.
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