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Gujarat: Increase in the number of women voters, PM Modi praises women power


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Published: Monday, June 20, 2022, 13:31 [IST]

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Ahmedabad, Elections are due this year in Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Therefore, all the teams have started preparations at their own level. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who recently visited Gujarat, mentioned women voters for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly elections. Modi talked about women empowerment, and also announced schemes worth crores for them during his two-day visit. However, critics are pointing to the dismal statistics of women’s safety in the state to question the achievements of the BJP government.

The number of women voters in Gujarat has risen, PM Modi hails woman power

According to the government data, the number of women voters in Gujarat has increased to 2.14 crore, which is 3.45 percent more than the women who voted during the assembly elections in 2017. At the same time, the number of male voters has increased by 3.05 percent, which has increased to 2.32 crore from 2.25 crore in 2017. Talking about the growth of women voters, Modi unfurled the traditional flag at the Mahakali temple in Panchmahal, a symbol of women’s empowerment. At the same time, addressed mothers, sisters and daughters through speech. However, what is attracting the attention of BJP’s opponents is that 3,857 cases of rape and gang rape have been registered in the state in the last two years.

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The number of women voters in Gujarat has risen, PM Modi hails woman power

According to the data presented by the BJP government during the last assembly budget session, on an average more than five women were raped every day. Responding to questions from Congress MLAs, Minister of State for Home Harsh Shanghvi said that during the two years ending December 2021, 61 cases of gang rape were registered. Gujarat Congress deputy leader Shailesh Parmar criticized the BJP government saying, “Despite the so-called secure Gujarat and despite the government running various programs for the safety of women like ‘Suraksha Setu’, there were more than five rapes in a day in the state. . Why so?”

The number of women voters in Gujarat has risen, PM Modi hails woman power

Highest rape cases in Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad (729) has reported the highest number of rape cases in Gujarat, followed by Surat (508) and Vadodara (183). Similarly most gang rapes were reported in Ahmedabad (16), followed by Rajkot (7) and Surat (5).

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The number of women voters in Gujarat has risen, PM Modi hails woman power

Story first published: Monday, June 20, 2022, 13:31 [IST]

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