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    Kalvakuntla Kavitha, a leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), spoke about the Women’s Reservation Bill during an event in London. She said that the bill will inspire women around the world to get involved in public life. Kavitha also called on women from different continents to come together and support the issue.

    The event, organized by the think tank Bridge India, took place at Central Hall Westminster near the Houses of Parliament. Kavitha, who is the daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, highlighted the progress made in her state regarding the representation of women in politics.

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    The Women’s Reservation Bill, which aims to provide 33% reservation for women in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies, was passed by Parliament on September 21. Kavitha expressed confidence that this bill will lead to more participation of women in India’s progress. She also acknowledged that political parties have been slow in addressing the issue of stronger representation of women within their ranks.

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    During her speech, Kavitha emphasized that inequality in public life is a reality worldwide. She thanked the politicians who supported the Women’s Reservation Bill and emphasized that this bill is not just about making more women members of Parliament, but about empowering billions of women across the globe. She called for women from different countries to connect and support each other on these issues.

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    Before the event in London, Kavitha visited the Ambedkar Museum in north London, where she drew inspiration from the principles of the architect of the Indian Constitution in her fight for gender equality. Her visit to the UK includes engagements with Indian diaspora groups, discussions on collaborative initiatives, and participation in events to promote cultural exchange between India and the UK.

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