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    Kavitha questions Sonia’s silence on Women’s Reservation Bill

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    BRS MLC K Kavitha from Hyderabad questioned why Sonia Gandhi’s letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not mention the Women’s Reservation Bill as one of the issues she wanted the government to address in the upcoming special session of Parliament. In her letter, Sonia Gandhi requested that nine issues, including violence in Manipur and price rise, be discussed during the session. Kavitha expressed her disappointment on social media, asking why the Women’s Reservation Bill was not included in the letter. She emphasized the importance of women’s representation and urged Sonia Gandhi to advocate for gender equality.

    The issues listed by Sonia Gandhi in her letter to the Prime Minister include Centre-state relations, communal tension, border transgressions by China, and the demand for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) to investigate the transactions of the Adani business group. The special Parliament session will take place from September 18 to 22. Kavitha’s appeal for the Women’s Reservation Bill has gained nationwide attention. She has written letters to 47 political parties, including Congress and BJP, urging them to unite and ensure the passage of the bill in Parliament. Kavitha has been actively campaigning for the bill since March, going on a hunger strike and engaging with political parties and civil society organizations across India to push for its legislation.

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