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Monday, 26 February 2024 6.01 AM IST

'Fifty percent of India's chief ministers should be women within ten years'; marginalization of women must change: Rahul Gandhi

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KOCHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that he wants fifty percent of India's Chief Ministers to be women within the next ten years. He said that women are excluded from society more and that should change. Rahul Gandhi was speaking at the inauguration of the Mahila Congress state convention at Marine Drive in Kochi.

Rahul asked people to understand how Congress and BJP are treating women in India. Power is not shared with women workers of the RSS. Congress tradition is not like that, Rahul said.

The convention was organized under the name of 'Utsaah' with the slogan 'Women power to reclaim India with Rahul Gandhi'. AICC General Secretary KC Venugopal, Mahila Congress National President Netta D'Souza, KPCC President K Sudhakaran, Leader of Opposition VD Satheesan, Hibi Eden MP Congress Working Committee members, other MPs, MLAs, KPCC office-bearers and people's representatives also addressed and spoke at the convention. Around 50,000 women Congress representatives from Manjeshwar to Parassala participated in the conference.

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