Ever since KCR announced the list of the Cabinet, he is being criticised for not inducting female candidates in the Parliament. As the same happened in the previous and the first cabinet of separate Telangana has summed up the intensity of this situation. Finally, KCR broke his silence on the representation of woman in the cabinet. Congress MLA, Sabitha Indra Reddy questioned whether if TRS leadership has any intention of inducting women representatives into the cabinet.
Soon, KCR replied that he is going to offer cabinet berths for women right after the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. TRS Supremo reiterated that there is scope for only 17 Cabinet Berths in Telangana as the Constitution suggests Ministries can't exceed 15 percent of the total Number of Seats. He claimed to have inducted 10 Members in the first cabinet expansion taking into account Social, Political, Regional and Caste equations.' In 2018 assembly elections the women extended their overwhelming support and we will show gratitude towards them by offering them the respectable posts", he added.
Among the three women in MLA’s in TRS, Padma Devender Goud is likely to get the cabinet berth than Gongadi Sunitha and Reha Naik. Now, the one among the other two will also be taken into the cabinet. This controversy ends now with this statement of TRS supremo.