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All 3 Telangana Congress MPs miss voting on Women’s Bill
When they returned to parliament, the Bill had already been voted on. The screening committee meeting and the Parliamentary session were being balanced by the leaders. The congress party's three MPs were criticised by the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) for declining to vote on Wednesday. It was said that the three MPs left the lok sabha during the key moment of the Bill's vote. The BRS said that the congress party's 'hypocrisy' on women's emancipation had once more come to light.
The party further claimed that in 2010, the sonia Gandhi-led congress administration introduced a law to grant 33 percent reservations without any restrictions (such as a census and the redistribution of seats after delimitation). The bjp administration has introduced the law with restrictions so that it does not take effect right away, even though it has the authority to do so at this time.
However, the congress party, led by sonia gandhi and mallikarjun Kharge, backed the legislation, adamantly maintaining that it was Rajiv Gandhi's dream and congress party policy. The party brought up how the congress MPs defended telangana state in parliament and endured pepper spray attacks. According to the complaint, kcr did not even bother to see the MPs who were hospitalised as a result of the pepper spray.