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13 women Members nominated to panel as the RS discusses the Nari Shakti Vandan Vidheyak 2023

Newdelhi:21/9/23:In a historic move, the Vice-President and chairman of Rajya Sabha, Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar, reconstituted the panel of Vice-Chairpersons comprising 13 women RS Members for the day as Rajya Sabha discusses the Nari Shakti Vandan Vidheyak Bill, 2023.

The Vice-President emphasized that their presence on the chair would send a powerful message to the world at large and it would symbolize that they held a ‘commanding position’ during this epochal moment of change.

The details of the women Rajya Sabha Members nominated to the Panel of Vice-Chairpersons are as under:

1.     Shrimati P. T. Usha    (श्रीमती पी. टी. उषा)

2.     Shrimati S. Phangnon Konyak     (श्रीमती एस. फांगनोन कोन्याक)

3.     Shrimati Jaya Bachchan     (श्रीमती जया बच्चन)

4.     Ms. Saroj Pandey     (सुश्री सरोज पांडे)

5.     Shrimati Rajani Ashokrao Patil     (श्रीमती रजनी अशोकराव पाटिल)

6.     Dr. Fauzia Khan     (डॉ. फौजिया खान)

7.     Ms. Dola Sen     (सुश्री डोला सेन)

8.     Ms. Indu Bala Goswami     (सुश्री इंदु बाला गोस्वामी)

9.     Dr. Kanimozhi NVN Somu     (डॉ. कनिमोझी एनवीएन सोमू)

10.  Ms. Kavita Patidar    (सुश्री कविता पाटीदार)

11.  Shrimati Mahua Maji     (श्रीमती महुआ माजी)

12.  Dr. Kalpana Saini    (डॉ. कल्पना सैनी )

13.  Shrimati Sulata Deo    (श्रीमती सुलता देव)

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