Why are there no women as new governors? Khushboo asked

Highlight:

  • Khushboo said he couldn’t find a single woman
  • The actress says neglect hurts
  • Khushboo joined the BJP last year

Chennai: Actress and BJP leader Khushboo has criticized the Center’s decision to appoint new governors in eight states. Khushboo’s question is why, despite the appointment of eight governors, there is not a single woman in him. Khushboo’s question went to President Ram Nath Kovind.

The new governors will be from Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Tripura, Mizoram, Himachal Pradesh and Govardhan. The governor of Mizoram, Sreedharan Pillai, was transferred to Govardhan. Haribabu Kampatti is the new governor of Mizoram. Tawar Hand Gelad is the new Governor of Karnataka. The other new governors are Bandharu Dattatreya, Rajendran Vishwanath, and Mankubai Sahanbai. This was followed by Khushboo’s reply.

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“I have a question for the honorable president. Can you find a single female governor in any state? Why this neglect? This move of yours is very painful. I hope it doesn’t hurt you.” Khushboo tweeted.

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Khushboo, a former congressional leader, resigned from the party and joined the BJP in October last year. He contested the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections, but lost in the Thousand Lights constituency.

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