Dead Iranians discussed the issue of granting temporary leaves to women today in Rajya Sabha. She stated that menstruation is a natural part of life and should not be treated as a disability that requires special provisions. However, the Union Minister highlighted the existing scheme of “Promotion of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM)”, aimed at teenage girls aged 10 to 19 years.
By the time this announcement comes, Kangana Ranaut has taken to social media and supported Smriti's views. Kangana, who is always known forfemale empowerment and being honest about her views on social media, she had similar views as Smriti. Kangana expressed, “Working women are a myth, there has not been a single woman who did not work in the history of humanity, from farming to domestic chores and raising children, women have always worked and nothing came in the way of their commitment to their families, community or nation. Unless it is some specific medical condition. Women do not need paid leave for periods, please understand that they are periods, not some illness or disability.”

On the work front, Kangana received a lot of praise for her performance in her latest film 'Tejas'. The actress will next be seen in 'Emergency', which she also directed. Kangana will be essaying the role of Indira Gandhi in the film. The film also stars Anupam Kher and the late Satish Kaushik.



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