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The Womanist Angle

The Womanist Angle
The Womanist Angle
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Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu is pulling all stops to ensure that his party pleases everyone. So on March 8, the tdp, for the first time in its history, officially celebrated Women’s Day. In 294 assembly constituencies across the state, the tdp felicitated women. Awards were given to women achievers including tennis player Sania Mirza. And in rural areas of the state yellow sarees, vermillion and a kumkum box were distributed among women. Naidu promised special ration cards for women but made it clear it would be distributed after the elections since any such scheme would be a violation of the EC’s model code. True to his hi-tech image, the CM also interacted with women via satellite.
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