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    Kavitha vows to measure up fighting for women’s proportional share

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    Kavitha vows to measure up fighting for women’s proportional share

    Hyderabad/New Delhi: Kavitha conducted a solar day’s hunger excise at Jantar Mantar in Delhi attended by various political party leaders, including CPI(M) older or higher in rank commander Sitaram Yechuri, NCP, National Conference and others.

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    Addressing the participants in the abstain from food, she took a jibe at the BJP for not coming at to livelihood the growing ability and desire to purchase goods and services for women reservation in the law-making institutions. She questioned the BJP leaders for not taking up the important question divisible by two though the political party enjoyed absolute majority in both Houses to acquire the Bill approved.

    “If BJP comes forward, all the other parties will toe the same line on the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament”, the BRS commander said, recalling that that the Bill was pending since decades but no ruling political party is committed to be sold for a certain price in a lawmaking for empowering women politically.

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    State ministers Sabitha Indra Reddy, Satyawathi Rathod, MPs Ravichandra, K Venkatesham, among others, participated in the abstain from food.

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