‘Revolutionary’: BRS chief hails passage of girls’s reservation invoice at UK occasion

Bharatiya Rashtra Samithi chief Kavitha Kalvakuntla hailed the passage of the ladies’s reservation invoice on the Bridge India occasion at Central Corridor in Westminster on Saturday. Calling the invoice “revolutionary”, Kavitha stated that it “will convey many extra ladies into the Parliament. Kavitha stated, “India has handed a revolutionary invoice, which we hope will convey many extra ladies into the Parliament. At this time, in fact, the quantity is at 78. With the passage of the invoice, we hope that 181 extra ladies will be part of the parliament.”

Kalvakuntla Kavitha (HT File)

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Taking to X (previously Twitter), the BRS chief shared a video of her talking on the occasion. She wrote, “Celebrating a historic second on the @BridgeIndiaOrg Occasion in Central Corridor, Westminister, as India passes the Nari Shakti Vandhan Abhyan, a monumental step in direction of gender equality. Reflecting on the journey, acknowledging biases, and emphasizing the significance of girls in shaping the longer term, this milestone is a name for international unity in empowering ladies.”

“Whoever labored for this invoice, ranging from Devegowda Ji in 1996 to Sonia Gandhi Ji in 2010, and to Narendra Modi Ji. I sincerely thank all of them from the underside of my coronary heart for making this invoice a actuality,” the BRS chief stated on the occasion.

“Girls are sometimes instructed quite a lot of issues… be mom, be spouse… however until and till we’re within the management positions… I do not imagine ladies of the following era might be impressed sufficient…” she added.

Kavitha’s two-day go to to the UK is filled with numerous actions. She might be assembly with the Indian diaspora to interact in discussions about collaborative initiatives. Moreover, she is going to take part in occasions aimed toward fostering cultural alternate between India and the UK.

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