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NEW DELHI: They might be outnumbered by male counterparts but women ministers in Team Modi seem to attend Cabinet meetings more than their colleagues.

 

 

Information accessed by ET through Right to Information (RTI) Act shows that unlike Congress-led UPA regime, BJP's allies are more involved in the decision-making process at the Centre with ministers regularly attending meetings.

 

 

 

 

Read more at:HRD minister Smriti Irani & water resources minister Uma Bharti have 100% attendance; score over male counterparts - The Economic Times

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