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Himachal paradox in eight charts: Women outvoted men – but only four were elected to the Assembly
Both the BJP and Congress are responsible for this dismal state of affairs.
· Dec 28, 2017 · 09:00 am
Gujarat elected only 13 female MLAs – continuing a nationwide trend of low representation for women
Women made up just 7% of the contestants for the 182-member house. Yet, the victory margins of those who won were bigger than those of their male counterparts.
· Dec 27, 2017 · 09:00 am