Does Jaya Bachchan want to see Mamata as PM? Questions rising of a statement

New Delhi: The entire country is extremely happy with the victory of PV Sindhu and the women's hockey team in the Tokyo Olympics. The way the Indian women's hockey team made it to the semi-finals on Monday with a stellar show has created an atmosphere of celebration and pride in the country. Leaders, actors, common people, everyone is congratulating Team India. In the same vein, Samajwadi Party (SP) Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan has also expressed her happiness on the occasion.

However, SP MP Jaya Bachchan has also made a big political statement on the pretext of women winning the Olympics. Jaya Bachchan said she hopes the country gets a female PM next time. Jaya Bachchan's statement comes at a time when the Indian women's hockey team defeated Australia 1-0 in a quarterfinal match in Tokyo Olympics. As Team India won, congratulations started pouring in from all sides. As parliament is in session, many MPs also made their statements on it. In the same episode, when questioned, SP Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan said that women are coming... Jaya Bachchan further said, "Women are coming, be careful... If an Indian woman gets an opportunity, she can overtake everyone and move forward.''

Jaya Bachchan said, "I hope that in the next 2024, the PM of our country will become a woman." Jaya Bachchan's statement is considered politically important. This is because Mamata Banerjee's name has been brought forward for central politics ever since Mamata Banerjee gave a crushing blow to the BJP in the Bengal elections. The opposition's rounding is also something pointing to this. Mamata herself seems to be active in Delhi politics.

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