Women Reservation Bill: The Women’s Reservation Bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha today i.e. on Tuesday. Discussion on this bill has started. After the lower house, it will now be presented in the Rajya Sabha. It is believed that this bill will be passed by the Rajya Sabha also, because the opposition itself had offered the central government to bring this bill. In such a situation, both the ruling party and the opposition are going to vote on this bill in the Parliament. Let us tell you that after the introduction of the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament, reactions are coming from all over the country. So let us tell you what the opposition has said on this bill.
This is our own bill – Sonia Gandhi
Former National President of Congress Sonia Gandhi said regarding this bill that it is her own bill. At the same time, former Bihar CM and RJD leader Rabri Devi tweeted that under women’s reservation, seats should be reserved for women from deprived, agricultural, neglected and working classes. He said that women also go there. The third-fourth generation of other classes have been educated, but only the first generation of women from deprived classes is getting educated. Therefore, underprivileged women should get reservation in reserved seats.
This is a bill that fools women – Atishi
Aam Aadmi Party leader Atishi said that we welcome the Women’s Reservation Bill. However, the provisions of this bill will not come into effect in 2024. BJP people have no interest in the welfare of women. He further said that this is not a women’s reservation bill, but a bill to fool women. Regarding this bill, former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav said that women’s reservation should be a balance of gender justice and social justice. In this, reservation for backward, minority, Dalit, tribal women should be clear in definite percentage form.
Former UP CM Mayawati said that considering the population of the country, women should be given 50 percent reservation instead of 33 percent reservation. If this were to happen, we would welcome it wholeheartedly. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said that the stand of our party has been the same since the year 1996 when such a bill was made and the bill was introduced in Manmohan Saheb’s government. He said that OBC women and Muslim women should also get a share in that quota.
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