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    The war of words between BRS MLC K Kavitha and Telangana BJP continued on Thursday. They are arguing about the ruling party not providing 33% reservation for women in ticket distribution for the upcoming Assembly polls in the state.

    The Telangana BJP unit posted a cartoon on X with a caption claiming that Kavitha was silent on the reservation issue and that women did not get justice in BRS.

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    Kavitha responded by saying that it’s time to start working towards passing the women’s quota bill. She expressed disappointment but not surprise at the BJP’s attack, which perpetuates outdated stereotypes about women. She also mentioned that the BJP is focusing too much on silencing voices of dissent.

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    Kavitha dismissed the opposition’s remarks on ticket allotment to women in the Assembly elections, stating that the women’s reservation issue is not just her problem but concerns 70 crore women in the country.

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    Union Minister and state BJP president G Kishan Reddy had criticized Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao-led BRS for not providing 33% reservation to women in ticket distribution. In March, Kavitha held a protest in the national capital regarding the women reservation issue.

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