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    KCR urges MPs to advocate for 33% reservations for BCs and Women

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    The Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrashekar Rao, has asked party MPs to advocate for 33% reservations for backward classes and women in the upcoming Parliament session starting on September 18. He also wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding these reservations. The Chief Minister expressed the commitment of the BRS to uplift the backward classes and to question the Centre about preserving their rights. He urged the MPs to raise these issues in both the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha.

    In his letter to the Prime Minister, the Chief Minister highlighted that the Constitution aimed to provide provisions for affirmative action by the State to correct historical injustices faced by socially and educationally marginalized sections of society. While reservations for OBCs in public employment and educational institutions have been implemented, proportional representation in Parliament and State Legislatures is crucial in reflecting the hopes and aspirations of marginalized sections.

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    The Chief Minister recalled that the Telangana Legislature had unanimously requested the Centre to provide 33% reservations for OBCs in Parliament and State Legislatures on June 14, 2014. He demanded that the Prime Minister initiate the necessary legislative process for speedy implementation in the upcoming special session of Parliament.

    The Chief Minister emphasized that the Telangana government is already implementing 30% reservations in public employment and education admissions. However, suitable representation in Parliament and State Legislatures is still essential to reflect the hopes and aspirations of marginalized sections. He pointed out that the Telangana State Legislature had unanimously requested the Centre to provide 33% reservations for women in Parliament and State Legislatures on June 14, 2014, but no action has been taken by the Government of India so far.

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    In conclusion, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao is urging party MPs to raise their voice for 33% reservations for backward classes and women in the upcoming Parliament session. He has also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, emphasizing the importance of these reservations in reflecting the hopes and aspirations of marginalized sections of society.

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