Sabitha Indra Reddy Becomes India's First Female Home Minister
After their success in the recent General Elections in India, Congress is making a very decisive moves to make the party and the Government stronger.
Patlolla Sabitha Indra Reddy (46) became the first woman Home Minister of the State of Andhra Pradesh. Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Y.S.Raja Sekhar Reddy announced the news on Tuesday. After this move, surely people of Andhra Pradesh particulary women feel proud about themselves so that there is a women representative to handle the Law and Order of the State.
Politics in India is seen a dramatic change in India, as the leading lady of the Congress party Sonia Gandhi even not a member of the Central Cabinet, holding the Government desicive moves and also the major transport system in India - Railways given to Mamata Benerjee.
Is all the moves by the Congress Party to get the Female Support of the Country which plays a crucial role of Power.
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