K Chandrasekhar Rao Women’s Reservation Bill KCR will set precedent with women’s ticket!
K Kavita, daughter of K Chandrasekhar Rao, went on a one-day hunger strike at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar on March 10, in which 15 opposition leaders participated. A day before the ED’s interrogation, Kavitha’s hunger strike was on the Women’s Reservation Bill. They are pressing the government to pass the Women’s Protection Bill. He again held a meeting on the matter on March 15, in which more than a dozen opposition parties participated. Now the question is, what is the need to make the poem of the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samiti and its leader in Telangana an issue of women’s protection?
K Kavita’s father K Chandrasekhar Rao is the Chief Minister of Telangana and Surveyor of Bharat Rashtra Samiti. Can they set a precedent by giving tickets to 33 percent or more women in their party without any law? They start at the first party. If the issue of women’s reservation is given to one-third of the women tickets, the impact will be greater. A Trinamool Congress leader said this after K Kavita’s meeting on women’s reservation. In an informal discussion with reporters, he said that Mamata Banerjee has given tickets to almost 40 percent of her party’s women.
In Odisha too, Biju Janata Dal leader and Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has given more than one-third tickets to women. Compared to these, the ticketing rate for women in BRS is very low. Therefore, Kavita should first increase the representation of women in her party and then highlight the issue of women’s reservation.
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