List of Women in Indian Politics, Female Representation

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List of Women in Indian Politics Today We have Top Number of States who prefers Women Representation in their Cabinet Minister List 2019. The Survey carried out by Hindustan Media company who have combinely make share of women in Indian Parliament, Female Representative (Pratinidhi) in Central and State Govt. The largest Number of Women in Parliament share by mostly American and European Countries and they deserve it because they have pass strict law and police action that do crime (sexual harassment, rape, divorce and domestic violence) against women such name.

Female Representation in Indian Parliament: The Ratio of Female Politician, Women in Public Sector is day by day increasing. Recently Current Government has also passed bill related to women triple talaq which create effect in social economic, political purpose in itself. After triple talaq for women in, government should banned dowry system in India that creates bankrupt to Girls Family. Some important names of women who get name fame in World representation are:-

Mahila Pratinidhi State Wise List in India: In top number the largest number of Women representative rank spot grabbed by Uttar Pradesh.
State
Numbers
Uttar Pradesh
1
Madhya Pradesh
2
Maharashtra
3
Bihar
4
Chhattisgarh
5
Rajasthan
6
Bihar
7
Karnataka
8
West Bengal
9
Assam
10
Jammu Kashmir
11
Kerala
12
Tripura
13
Manipur
14
Sikkim
15


Top Most Powerful Women of India
Sonia Gandhi
Sushma Swaraj
Sheila Dikshit
Nirmala Sitaraman
Mamta Banerjee
Jaylalita
Mayawati
Vasundhra Raje

List of Famous Women in History
Indira Gandhi
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Margaret Thatcher
Aung San Suu Kyi
Mother Teresa
Benazir Bhutto
Elizabeth II
Oprah Winfrey

Female Leaders You Should Know
Angela Morkel Genrmany Chancellor
Aung San Suu Kyi Myanmar
Michelle Bachelete, Chile
Park Geun Hye, President of South Korea
Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman of State Bank of India
Christina Logard, International Monetary Fund Chairman
Tsai Ing Wen, President of Taiwan
Thersa May President of United Kingdom.

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