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    Congress MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy has responded to criticism that he did not participate in the voting of the Women’s Reservation Bill. Reddy explained that he was unable to be present in the House during the voting due to traffic delays in Delhi. He strongly refuted the criticism, stating that it was an attempt to tarnish the image of the Congress party. Reddy emphasized that the Congress party fully supports the Women’s Reservation Bill, as announced by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi themselves.

    Reddy also pointed out that even 66 BJP MPs were absent during the passing of the Women’s Bill and questioned why BJP state president Kishan Reddy did not address their absence. He accused the BJP of using the Women’s Reservation Bill for political gain and criticized Kishan Reddy for lacking moral authority to criticize the Congress party and himself, given that he did not resign for Telangana.

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    In summary, Komatireddy Venkat Reddy defended his absence during the voting and reiterated the Congress party’s support for the Women’s Reservation Bill. He called out the BJP for their own absent MPs and accused them of using the bill for electoral purposes. Reddy also criticized Kishan Reddy for his lack of moral standing in criticizing the Congress party.

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