A Rajasthan Congress legislator today claimed that the Congress party, headed
by a woman, has low representation of women at the Centre and in the state.
"The representation of woman in Congress is not enough and is very low at the
Centre as well as in Rajasthan," C L Premi, MLA and district Congress president,
"It should be raised if the party really aims at victory," he said.
"Congress should allot 25 per cent representation to women," Premi, MLA from
Keshoraipatan area of Bundi, told PTI after the Republic Day function here.
Expressing concern over the gap between ruling leaders and ground level workers
of the party, he said there should be a tuning between party leaders and workers
so that party worker do not feel "down and disappointed".
The Congress leader also said Rahul Gandhi's recent decision of "one seat one
post" at the Jaipur conclave should be followed strictly.
He said he would resign from the post of district Congress president in April as
he is an MLA too.
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