The Women’s Reservation Bill has been passed in the Lok Sabha, which gives 33 percent quota for women in legislatures. MLC K Kavitha welcomed this news and stated that she will continue to fight for reservations for BC women. However, she expressed her regret that the women’s reservation will not be implemented in the next election.
Kavitha congratulated women across the country for the approval of the Women’s Bill in the Lok Sabha. She emphasized the importance of giving women equal power and opportunities. She criticized the government for not implementing the women’s quota from the next election, stating that it is disappointing that women have to wait another five years.
Kavitha also expressed her disappointment that BC women were not given opportunities in reservation. She believes that the Women’s Reservation Bill has lost its essence and compared it to a body without a soul. She questioned the BJP government on whether BC women were not included in their slogan of ‘Sab Ka Saath, Sab ka Vikas.’
In conclusion, Kavitha urged the government to consider how the country can progress if a section of women is left behind. She emphasized the importance of including BC women in the reservation system.