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    Women voters in Hyderabad advocate for jobs and gender equality.

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    Women voters in Hyderabad are expected to play a crucial role in the upcoming elections. In previous elections, female voter turnout has been higher in Telangana. These women are looking for policy changes that promote gender equality and address rising inflation.

    The Hans India spoke with women from various backgrounds and found that they are now more informed and making deliberate choices when voting. Many homemakers feel neglected by policymakers and are dissatisfied with broken promises from past leaders. In the 2019 general elections, 62% of women voted, while in the recent assembly elections, 71% of women participated.

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    Anitha B, a homemaker from Secunderabad Assembly constituency, expressed frustration with politicians’ unfulfilled promises and the financial burden of rising prices. Gontla Sundara Lakshmi, a senior legal manager, emphasized the need for women in policymaking to address gender equality issues. She also highlighted biases women face in the workplace.

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    Pratibha Bharathi, an entrepreneur, called for more government support for startups and networking opportunities. Navanitha Valluri, a postgraduate student, criticized both ruling and opposition parties for making empty promises to women without delivering on them. She plans to vote for candidates who prioritize facilities in education, employment, and health over offering freebies.

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