Only 6 Women have made it to the Assembly elections held on Dec 7
The representation of Women in the 119 Telangana Assembly has dropped to 5 percent against the 75 in the dissolved house
Hyderabad: The representation of Women in the 119 Telangana Assembly has dropped to 5 percent against the 7.5% in the dissolved house.
This time only 6 women have made it to the assembly in the elections held on December 7. There were 9 members in the previous Assembly.
3 women candidates each of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and congress were elected this time. Three of them come from tribal communities.
Padma Devender Reddy, has been re elected, Rekha Naik, a tribal and G Sunitha Reddy also retained their seats.
The congress party’s D Anasuya defeated Minister Azmeera Chandulal from Mulug constituency.
B Haripriya was elected from Yellandu former minister in undivided Andhra Pradesh Sabitha Indra Reddy was also elected.