The country has moved forward in the direction of women’s empowerment, the Parliament approved the Women’s Reservation Bill, the Prime Minister thanked everyone.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has thanked all the Members of Parliament for participating in the meaningful debate and supporting the Bill. Let us tell you that in the last 27 years there have been many occasions when such bills have been tried to be introduced in the House but they have never been successful.

Today has proved to be a very important day in the glorious history of the country. The bill giving 33% reservation to women in Lok Sabha and Assemblies has been approved by the Parliament today. It has already been passed in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. Today it was also passed in the Rajya Sabha with overwhelming support. In the Rajya Sabha, 215 votes were cast in favor of the MLA. Not a single vote was cast against it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has thanked all the Members of Parliament for participating in the meaningful debate and supporting the Bill. Let us tell you that in the last 27 years there have been many occasions when such bills have been tried in the House but they have never been successful.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked all the MPs for their support. He said that new confidence has been created among the people of the country, this is a special honor of women’s power. Everyone’s positive thinking towards MLA has given new energy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in the Rajya Sabha that the power of women is not getting any special honor just by passing this bill, but the positive thinking of all the political parties of the country regarding this bill has given new energy to the power of our women. is giving The country is going.. Speaking on the Women’s Reservation Bill in the Rajya Sabha, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that I am in support of former Prime Minister P.V. I would like to give credit to the Narasimha Rao government for bringing 33% reservation in panchayat raj at this time. As a result, we saw progress at the panchayat level, where many states today have increased the 33% reservation to 50%… shows the contribution of women at the panchayat level. he said We don’t do any politics in matters related to women. It is a matter of trust for the Prime Minister that is why we do what we have done. Be it Article 370, Triple Talaq or now the Women’s Reservation Bill.

The 128th Constitutional Amendment Bill, which provides 33 per cent reservation for women in the Lok Sabha and legislative assemblies, was tabled in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday for debate and approval. It was introduced by Union Minister for Law and Justice (Independent Charge) Arjun Ram Meghwal. Terming the bill as an ‘election agenda’ and a ‘mob’ by the ruling BJP, Congress leader Ranjit Ranjan demanded in the Rajya Sabha that the proposed law should be implemented before census and delimitation. Targeting the government, Congress member Ranjit Ranjan said that he sees a conspiracy behind the bill as the government has brought it after nine-and-a-half years.

– Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda said that if the Constitutional Amendment Bill ensuring reservation for women in the Lok Sabha and Assemblies is passed by the Parliament today, 33 percent of the seats in the Lok Sabha in 2029 Presence of women will be ensured. . Nadda said that the path taken by the central government to ensure one-third reservation for women is the shortest and correct path. He said that we believe that if this bill is passed today, 33 percent women will become parliamentarians in 2029. That’s for sure.”

In the Rajya Sabha on Thursday, some parties, including the Rashtriya Janata Dal, questioned the one-third reservation limit for women in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies and suggested that it could be increased to 50 percent or more. YSR Congress Party’s V Vijaya Sai Reddy supported the Women’s Reservation Bill, saying why should it (the women’s reservation limit) be limited to 33%? He said that why can’t the women reservation limit be increased to 50%? Bharat Rashtra Samithi’s Dr K Keshav Rao said his party stands for reservation for women. Alamaram Karim of the Marxist Communist Party supported the bill and said that the government has brought this bill for electoral reasons. The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Thursday demanded that the women’s reservation bill be referred to a select committee in the Rajya Sabha, saying that the bill would not deal with Scheduled Castes, Tribes and Other Backward Classes (OBCs). There should be no injustice.

(Translation from Tags)Rahul Gandhi

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